Employee training and job performance in organizations, a case study Tanapa national Parks: Mwanza Tanzania

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Kampala international University, College of Economics and Management
The study was about the relationship between employee Training and job performance in organizations, a case study of Tanzania National Parks. The problem was that there was no consultation of staff members on particular areas of need where training was required before it 11as implemented. The objectives oi' this study involved close investigation of forms of training offered to the staff of Tanzania National Parks, analyzing the effects of training both positive and negative at Tanzania National Parks and also to examine the impact of absence of training on performance. !he researcher used analytical and descripti1e research methods Since the research concentrated on primary sources of data to solicit and analyze data from respondents thus both qualitative and quantitative methods of data collection were used. There is an indication that the impact of training in Tanzania National Parks employees is largely positive. Findings indicate that effective job performance of the employees of TANAP A is strongly influenced by employee training as a motivational factor thus employees believed that being motivated through training positively affected their effectiveness in job performance. Training having a positive impact on TANAPA employees has impacted on job performance after training employees experience increased sense of focus, positive attitude towards work feel valued and discover their weakness thus much emphasis should be added for employees to react positively to any trainings offered. Employers should focus on maximizing benefits form staff training as well as conduct training needs assessment so as to match training with employees whose skills need to be boosted with better performance. The researcher recommends that organizations should develop multiple packages of Human resource policies and practices for each group of different employees based on their levels of education.
A Research Report Submitted to the College of Economics and Management Science in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Award of Bachelor's Degree In-Human Resource of Kampala International University
Employee training, Job performance, Organizations, Tanapa national Parks: Mwanza Tanzania