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|Title:||Staff training on employee performance. a case study of Kenya reinsurance corporation limited, Kenya.|
|Authors:||Otieno, Jeremy Oluoch|
|Publisher:||Kampala International University, College of Economics and Management|
|Abstract:||This research project asserts to analyze the effects of training and the performance of employees in organizations within the business sector in Kenya Re. Lack of proper training of staff will greatly affect employee performance, acquisition of skills, empowerment and rewards to achieve their set goals and objectives. Training is a very essential element for the effective and efficient activities in all organizations. In chapter one the researcher propagated for determining the correlation between training and performance. It sorts further to analyze the point or degree to which training has led and improved acquisition and improvement of skills, empowerment and rewards for staff. The functional importance of the study is to form a critical opinion on the impact of training on performance of staff at Kenya Re. In chapter two the researcher used different methodologies to gather up both basic and alternate data appraising both structured and unstructured questionnaires to gather up basic and alternate data. The data is appraised assigning instruments tools of statistical elements such as graphs and pie charts. In chapter three the researcher used ergodic statistics method to acquire data from employees targeted by the researcher. The researcher propagated for 45 employees of Kenya Re. The researcher focally computed on 27 employees, from different sectors and the departments that constituted the sample distribution size.|
|Description:||A research proposal presented to the College of Economics and Management in partial fulfillment for the requirement for the award of a Bachelors Degree in International Business Administration Kampala International University|
|Appears in Collections:||Bachelor’s Degree of International Business|
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