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Title: Career Development and Employee Performance In Pentagon Club And Restaurant- Kampala Uganda
Authors: Jadoo, Tuyisenge
Keywords: Career Development and Employee Performance
Pentagon Club And Restaurant
Issue Date: Dec-2015
Publisher: Kampala International University, bachelors degree in Human resource management
Abstract: The study on career development and employee performance was guided by three research objectives that were set to: (a) examine various method of career development in Pentagon Club and Restaurant. (b) Determine the factor that affects performance in Pentagon Club and Restaurant and lastly ¬©examine the relationship between career development and performance in Pentagon Club and Restaurant Kampala Uganda. The results indicated that career development has a great impact on the employee performance as its absence in the company had negatively affected the employee's performance as required by the management. The company should put in place the specific techniques of career development to be used in the company to ensure that there is consistency in its operations and this can be achieved through considering workshops and seminars The researcher recommends that the whole management should be sensitized about the benefits of effective use of career development and adoption of the appropriate methods so that proper skills are attained by the employees with the aim of improving on their performance for example through the Provision of training to the management of the company on how they can effectively apply career development can improve and performance of not only the employees but also the whole company in general.
Description: A Research Report Submitted To the College Of Economics and Management in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Bachelors Degree of Human Resource Management of Kampala International University Kampala,
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