Global Journal of Commerce & Management Perspective
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Management of Employee Training Programs on Performance in Yumbe District Local Government – Uganda

Swaib Asiki and Epiphany Odubuker Picho

This study was intended to examine the influence of Management of Employee Development Programme on Performance in Yumbe District – Uganda. The study adopted a Case Study Design to allow in-depth study. Quantitative and Qualitative approaches were employed. A total of 218 questionnaires were administered to the respondents and 179 questionnaires were received back registering a response rate of 82%. Descriptive statistics were computed. Inferential statistical analysis included correlation and multiple regressions, which were used to test the hypotheses. The correlation coefficient (r) was used to determine the strength of the relationship. The significance of the coefficient (p) was used to test the relationship between the independent and the dependent variables. Regressions (Sekaran, 2003; Amin, 2005) and ANOVA determined which of the independent variables accounted most for the variance in the dependent variable. Qualitative data were analyzed under themes (Woodruffe, 1998). Results show that management of employee training programs accounted for only 26% in influencing performance in the district. It was concluded that Management of Employee Development Programme has influence on Performance