Staff Training and Employee Performance of Rukungiri District Farmer’s Association, Western Uganda
MUGISHA, Godfrey Busingye
Barifaijo, Maria K.(Supervisor)
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This study was carried out on staff training and employee performance of Rukungiri District Farmer’s Association (RDFA). It primarily intended to sharpen the debate on the impact of staff training on performance in organizations by analyzing the relationship between induction and employee performance, examining the relationship between on-the-job training and employee performance and, determining the relationship between off-the-job training and employee performance Rukungiri District Farmer’s Association. The study followed a cross-sectional study design because of its time honoured approach highly recommended for scientific, management and social researches, which made it more appropriate for this academic research. The study established that there was a positive significant relationship between staff induction, on-the-job training and off-the-job training with employee performance. Therefore, it was concluded that staff induction, on-the-job training and off-the-job training positively significantly related to employee performance. As such, it recommended that RDFA need to draw a very clear human resource development program detailing out scope of the three practices; induction, on-the-job training and off-the-job training programmes. Also the study recommends that all organization in the modern world ought to understand the value of staff training and thus, institute programmes that will help them achieve their goals and missions.