Human Capital Development and Employee Training as Correlates to Employee Job Performance in Redeemer University Ede, Osun State

Olonade, Zacceheaus, Omotoye Oluwatobi

Abstract


The study examined Human Capital Development and Employee Training as correlates to Employee Job Performance in Redeemer University, Ede. This was for the purpose of ascertaining the significance of Human Capital Development and Employee Training on Employee Job Performance. The study embraced a survey research design using primary data to collect information through the use of questionnaire. One hundred (100) respondents were selected out of the Two Hundred and Forty Eight (248) members of staff of Redeemer University, Ede, Osun State, as at the time of the study. Two hypotheses were formulated and tested with Pearson Correlation and Linear Regression Analysis. Hypothesis one revealed that Human Capital Development significantly and positively influence Employee Performance [r (98) = .401**, P<0.01]. Furthermore, the second hypothesis revealed that Employee Training has a significant contribution to employee job Performance in Redeemer University Ede, Osun State (F (2, 97) = 7.834, P<.05, R2 = 0.139). The study recommended that the goals of Training and Development must be communicated to both the management and the staff of the University. The Performance Appraisal System need be used to identify areas in which employees need further Training and Development in order to be more relevant to the needs of the University. Also, workers rewards is recommended to be enhanced so that they have a positive effect on their Job Performance. Finally, the management of the institution should come up with effective plans to advance the Job Security of employees, as Workers' Job Security is synonymous with Job Performance.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v10i2.16933

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