The impact of on-the-job training on employees job performance in the beer industry : a case study of Kenya Breweries Limited
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In the rapidly changing knowledge economy, workers must constantly acquire new skills. The efficiency of organizations in these economies depends directly on how well its members are trained. Immediately after induction and usually combined with it is the function of developing the employee's ability to do the job on which has been placed on them. Training is seen as the process by which organizations build the skills and abilities of employees. Most skill acquisition takes place during employment, through informal on-the-job training or through formal training either in the workplace or at an external training institution. This study aimed at assessing the impact of on-the job training on employee's job performance in the manufacturing sector. The study will draw lessons from KBL a successful organization in the manufacturing sector. Chapter one summarizes the background information of on-the job training and also gives an overview of KBL where respondents of the study will be drawn from. Chapter two is was a summary of literature review from secondary sources giving an outline of on-the-job training. Chapter three is was a summary of the methodology on how the researcher intends to collect data, analyze and present findings of the study. Data in this case will be collected by use of questionnaires administered to a sampled number of employees and heads of department of KBL. The findings were then interpreted and recommendations made. Chapter 4 covers the findings of the study, which presents the impact of on-the-job training on employee's job performance. The data was then analyzed using statistical packages for social sciences (S.P.S.S). Chapter five covered the conclusions, recommendations and suggestions for further study.
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