Nwokolo Ugochukwu Lucky ,Dr. Adekemi D. Alagah, Prof. B. Chima Onuoha
University of Port Harcourt, Choba, Rivers State, Nigeria
The study examined the impact of employee training on organizational effectiveness. The specific objective is to determine the relationship between employee training (via job rotation and simulation) and organizational effectiveness. The study adopted human capital theory as a baseline, while previous literature was reviewed to ascertain the relationship between the study variables. Findings revealed that trained employees will apply this skill, knowledge, and ability to improve productivity, efficiency, and commitment and therefore render quality services to customers of the organizations, thus improving organizational effectiveness. The study further recommends that top management of the organization should recognize training as critical to the success of the organization and employees should always show the right attitude towards training to encourage the organization to keep training as it enhances employee commitment to the organization and employee commitment is valuable in an organization.
Keywords: Training, Development, Organizational Effectiveness, Job Rotation, Simulation
Journal Name :
International Journal of Southern Economic Light (JSEL)

Published on : 2022-10-18

Vol : 10
Issue : 5
Month : October
Year : 2022
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