Global Journal of Economics and Business

Volume 4 - Issue 1 (9) | PP: 111 - 124 Language : English
DOI : 10.12816/0048158

Effects of Training on Employee Performance - A Study on Banking Sector, Tangail Bangladesh

Nushrat Nahida Afroz
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
19/10/2017 28/11/2017 14/1/2018 24/1/2018
Training and development is indispensable strategic tool for enhancing employee performance. This research aims to find out the “Effects of Training on Employee Performance in Banking sector, Tangail, Bangladesh”, in which Training (employee engagement, motivation and job satisfaction) considered as independent variable whereas dependent variable ‘Employee Performance’. Data for the paper have been collected through primary source that are from questionnaires surveys. The statistical sample of this study at Banking Sector which covers 150 employees of 14 banks located on Tangail District. A survey of 150 employees via self-administrated questionnaire with the help of stratified sampling technique is conducted with the response rate of almost 75%. The data have been checked through statistical software SPSS 20 to perform Descriptive analysis, T-test, Correlation, and Regression analysis. Four Hypotheses are developed to see the effects of all the independent variables on the overall Employee Performance. The findings were presented using tables and figures. On the role of training the study showed that general training enhances employee engagement, employee motivation and job satisfaction. The Hypotheses showed that all these had significant effects on Employee Performance. That means, this research found that strong relationship exists between employee training and employees’ performance. The results reveal that the more the employee gets training, the more efficient their level of performance would be.

How To Cite This Article
Afroz , N. N. (2018). Effects of Training on Employee Performance - A Study on Banking Sector, Tangail Bangladesh . Global Journal of Economics and Business, 4 (1), 111-124, 10.12816/0048158

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