Training and employee performance in organization: case study New Vision in Uganda.

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Kampala international University, College of Economics and Management
The topic of the study was training and employee performance in New Vision Uganda; the problem was inaccurate reporting of information, which has led to complaints against the organization. The purpose of this study was to establish the relationship between training and employee performance in New Vision. The objectives of the study were to establish the effects of training approaches, types of training facilities and frequency of training on the performance of staff in the New Vision. The study used descriptive, survey, qualitative and quantitative research design and a sample size of 124 was used to collect data from New Vision. The study realized that there are approaches of training with coaching, internship, assignment, job instruction job rotation as being the highest training method used in New Vision with 56.5%, types of training facilities with 70.9% of computer and frequency of training being orientation with 60.4% used in New Vision. The effects of these approaches were innovativeness, high performance among others. The recommendations of this study include that there should be a system of giving feedback to employees. This will enable them to know how they doing as far as achieving the organization's goals are concerned. The study also discovered that the training methods in new vision are job instruction, coaching, internship, job rotation, role-playing, case study, lectures, among others. In conclusion, there are different firms of training used in New Vision that is on the job and off the lob training methods. Training has both negative and positive consequences on employees' performance in New Vision.
A Research Report Submitted to the School of Business and Management in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Award of Bachelors Degree in Human Resource Management of Kampala International University
Training and employee performance, Organization, New Vision in Uganda