Received: 18 Mar 2018 , Published: 23 April 2018
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The current research was initiated with the main purpose of identifying the significant impact of training and development on employee job performance. Further, the research examines the significant impact of training need identify on employee job performance, the significant impact of training applicability of the job on employee job performance, the significant impact of training design improve skill on employee job performance, the significant impact of development opportunities on employee job performance, the significant impact of Perception of the organization long term on employee job performance and the significant impact of Continuous commitment to investment in employee development on employee job performance in the study area. The research was conducted among the sample of 100 employees in Regional Development Bank Head office. Stratified random sample techniques was used to choice the research sample. The response rate was 100%. Data was gathered from a standard questionnaire. Data analysis was through using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) with the support of descriptive statistics, correlation analysis, and regression analysis. Findings shown that there is a significant impact of training and development on employee job performance. Moreover, it was found that the most impact dimension (r2 = 0.091) of employee training need identify and the lowest was training applicability on job (r2 = 0.016) in the Regional Development bank Head Office. Hence, it is recommended to study about training and development on employee job performance extremely.
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