Vol. 6, Issue 2 (2020)
The effect of training and development on employees’ performance (the case of afar regional state selected public offices)
Author(s): Thomas Haile, Getu Eshetu, Anbalagan Chinniah
Abstract: This research was designed to investigate assess the effect of training and development on Employees’ performance in the case of Afar regional state some selected public offices. The study used descriptive research design. The researcher used both primary and secondary sources, primary data were collected through questionnaire and semi-structured interview. In order to select the respondents, the study used probability and non-probability sampling the researcher employed judgmental sampling from non-probability sampling to collect data from and random sampling techniques were used to collect data from employees’ of the selected offices. And the data collected through interview were analyzed qualitatively with the support of qualitative analysis methods. The finding of the study reveals that the major factors that make training programs successful for employees’ performance in these offices these are; Offering planned training programs, Selection of good trainers, Trainees active participation, and Systematic planning of trainings by the office. The major factors which show organizations linkage of training and development and employees’ productivity in the offices these are; motivate employees’ creativity, improve operational efficiency and improve find solution in the workplace. The basic criteria to evaluate effectiveness of training programs were; how much they are committed in the work place, creative in the workplace and operationally efficient.