IMPACT OF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE AT ADAMAWA STATE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, YOLA
- Employee Performance,
- Training Needs Analysis
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This study utilized a descriptive quantitative design to examine the connection between training and development and employee performance in the Adamawa State Ministry of Education in Yola. Two objectives were established: first, to explore the influence of training needs analysis and training methods on employee performance, and second, to investigate the relationship between training and development and employee performance. The hypothesis H01 stated that Training and Development would have no significant impact on performance in the Adamawa State Ministry of Education in Yola. The sample size consisted of 54 employees, and the study revealed that both training needs analysis and training methods had a noteworthy impact on employee performance (R2 = 0.89; F (2, 51) =205.993, P<0.05). Additionally, training and development had a positive influence on employee performance in the Adamawa State Ministry of Education (R2 = 0.67; Beta =0.817, p<0.05). As a result, the null hypothesis was rejected. The study concluded that conducting training needs analysis is crucial in identifying workforce gaps. Furthermore, the Adamawa State Ministry of Education in Yola is advised not to rest on its past accomplishments but to increase its training and development activities in light of the new norm.