Volume 18, No. 6, 2021

The Effect Of Training On Employees Job Performance: The Case Of Commercial Bank Of Ethiopia Wolaita Sodo District

BISRAT GEBREAB , Teketel Agafari Ansebo


The purpose of this paper is to assess the effect of training dimensions and to identify other factors affecting employees’ job performance in CBE Wolaita Sodo district. A well-structured questionnaire was used to collect the primary data. Secondary data for the study were collected from CBE wolaita sodo district bank record. Total sample size for this study was 230 respondents. The respondents were selected using stratified random sampling technique. The researcher then analyzed the data using descriptive and inferential statistics where logistic regression analysis was used to establish the associations of the study variables. The study finding suggests that a proper training content, training delivery approach, training evaluation, management subordinate relationship, attitude towards the importance of training and work experience significantly affect employees’ job performance. Hence the research has confirmed that providing need driven training; good delivery approach,; clear training purpose and with good informational contents and evaluation; making use of expertise of senior employees; strengthening positive attitude about the importance of training and further improving the management subordinate relationship helps to raises the performance level of employees.

Pages: 5651-5675

Keywords: CBE Wolaita Sodo district, training dimension, employees’ job performance

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