The research examines the impact of e-training on employees’ performance in the ministry of Education in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Efficient operation of business, relies heavily on high-quality employee performance, which in turn, requires competent training. To remain competitive and comply with the emerging labor market infrastructure, organizations are taking advantage of the evolved online technologies to train employees faster, and in a more effective way. Therefore, one of the researchers as being working in the ministry of education throughout a number of years, has indicated that there is a problem in terms of the readiness of the ministry of education to act upon e-training.The research adopts the analytical descriptive approach, utilizing a questionnaire to identify the impact of e-training on employees’ performance. The selected sample consists of 194 employees working at the Ministry of Education. The research concludes that there is a positive and significant relationship between e-training and employees’ performance as the value of the correlation coefficient was 0.358 while the simple regression coefficient reveals that the efficiency of the e-training influences the job performance by 25.3%. The results also indicates that there are statistical differences in terms of demographic variables such as (qualification, and job experience).
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