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Title: Human resource development and its effects on t e performance of shell Uganda limited case study: shell Uganda limited
Authors: Ssebuliba Anselm, Rodgers
Keywords: Human resource development
Issue Date: Sep-2009
Publisher: Kampala International University, school of Economics and Management
Abstract: This research was based on investigating human resource development and its effects on the performance of an organization. It was conducted in shell Uganda limited it covered top administrators and employees as its respondents. The researcher was interested in this topic because organizations spend some of these resources on employees as a means of increasing performance. Therefore the researcher wanted to find out how the employee benefit as well as how they respond to programs or activities aimed at human resource management. This research was based on activities of learning, education, development and training. Thus if employees are learned, educated and trained then they are developed this will improve their potentials and performances hence the organization will achieve its maximum performance. During the process of conducting this research, it was realized that learning, educating and training had a significant impact on the performance of an organization. It was realized that these activities lead to job satisfaction to improve employee’s performance thus development of human resource. Some of the recommendations made were; encouraging employees to identifying and meeting their own job related development needs, conducting job analysis and the need for management to try out other training techniques.
Description: A project report submitted to the school of business and management for approval in partial fulfillment of the requirement for award of a degree of bachelor of human resource management Kampala International University
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