EMPLOYEE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT AS A MODEL FOR ORGANIZATIONAL SUCCESS

  • Oduwusi Oyewole Oluwaseun Department of Human Resource Management, APIN Public Health Initiatives, Abuja, Nigeria
Keywords: Employee, Training, Development, Performance, Organizational, Success

Abstract

This article reviewed employee training and development as a model for organizational performance and effectiveness. The various literatures reviewed on the topic in question showed that, training and development had positively correlated and claimed statistical significant relationship with employee performance and effectiveness and can advance organizational growth and success. In order to improve employee training and development as well as improved performance and service delivery, it is recommended that management should increase the number of employees taking part in training and development.

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Published
2018-03-31
How to Cite
Oyewole Oluwaseun, O. (2018). EMPLOYEE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT AS A MODEL FOR ORGANIZATIONAL SUCCESS . International Journal of Engineering Technologies and Management Research, 5(3), 181-189. https://doi.org/10.29121/ijetmr.v5.i3.2018.190