• ISSN(P) : 2708-2474
  • ISSN(E) : 2708-2482
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Impact of Training on Employees' Performance

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The aim of this paper is to examine the impact of training on employee performance. The study investigates the association and offers proposals for additional investigations. There is a need to check the HR Practices and also quantify the effect across employees' performance. Based on the studies conducted by previous researchers, the study shows similar results that training practices and employee performance have a strong correlation. Taking other aspects into account, it can be said in general that the research discoveries are shifted; however, context remains similar. A few studies have discovered a positive affiliation, some negative, and some no affiliation at all. It was found from the result of the study that training has a positive effect on employee performance. This study shows that there is a solid relationship between training and employee performance. Therefore our result matched with the above researcher. The research shows a strong relationship between training and employee performance. The paper concludes with direction for future research by putting in the various levels of analysis on investigating the effect of training on employee performance.


1-Muhammad Zia-ur-Rehman
Associate Professor, Department of Leadership and Management Studies, National Defence University, Islamabad, Pakistan.

2-Riaz Hussain Ansari
Lecturer, Department of Business Administration, University of Sahiwal, Sahiwal, Punjab, Pakistan.

3-Himayat Ali
National Defence University, Islamabad, Pakistan.


Training, Employee Performance, HR Practices, Training Strategies & Organizational Effectiveness

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Published: Sep 2020

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