The Impact of Training on Employees’ Work Performance, Motivation and Job Satisfaction: The Case of Integrated Data Services Limited (Idsl), Benin City

Abstract

This study examines the impact of training on employees’ work performance. It sought answers to the following research questions; is there any relationship between training and development of employees and their job satisfaction? Is there any relationship between training and development of employees and their job performance? Is there any relationship between training and development of employees and their motivation? The scope of the study consists of 208 employees of Integrated Data Services Limited (IDSL), Benin City. Stratified random sampling was used in selecting the respondents for the study while questionnaire served as the data collection instrument. Research data was analyzed using descriptive statistics such as frequency tables, percentages, mean, standard deviation and standard error mean as well as the t-test for Equality of Means, which served as the inferential statistic. The research findings show that; i) There is a significant relationship between training and development of employees and their job satisfaction; (training enhances job satisfaction) ii) There is a significant relationship between training and development and their job performance and iii) There is a significant relationship between employee training and development and their motivation.

Keywords: Benin City, Motivation, Training, employees’ work performance, job satisfaction: integrated data services limited (idsl)

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Pages: 37-51 (Download PDF)

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