Effect of Training on Employees’ Performance in the Case of Public Sectors of Assosa Zone

Zelalem Oljira


The main focus of this study is to examine how training influences the employees’ performance. The study achieved the objective of the research through survey study with sample organization which have been selected from the five public sectors with help questionnaires for employees and interviews with human resources managers of the sample organizations. Irrespective of number of employees, over 90% of the sectors were using subjective methods to evaluate employees performance from training and only less than (10%) of them was used Kirkpatrick Model. The main conclusion drawn was the emphasis given for training by majority of the firm is still low. Therefore, Organization should allocate sufficient amount of budget to train this key resources of the organization and they should use objective models in addition to the subjective methods, and the organizations should design their training program based the need assessment result to be to increase employees’ performance from the training.

Keywords: Training, Effect, Employees, Public sectors

DOI: 10.7176/EJBM/11-31-04

Publication date: November 30th 2019

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