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MANPOWER TRAINING AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS: A STUDY OF OGUN STATE PROPERTY AND INVESTMENT CORPORATION (OPIC) PDF Print E-mail

MANPOWER TRAINING AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN
PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS: A STUDY OF OGUN STATE
PROPERTY AND INVESTMENT CORPORATION (OPIC)

Ajayi TOLULOPE

Covenant University, Department of Political Science and

International Relations, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria

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Segun JOSHUA

Covenant University, Department of Political Science and

International Relations, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria

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The study examines the effect of manpower training on employees’ performance in organizations using OPIC as a focal point of study. Anchored on human capital theory as a framework for analysis, with reliance on primary and secondary data gathering sources, which were then analyzed, the study finds that there is a significant relationship between manpower training and employee performance in OPIC. This is because manpower training increases the better understanding of the employees, thereby making them good and knowledgeable about what they do, increase job satisfaction and reduces employees turnover rate. The study therefore recommends the need for organizations to make training of employees a regular activity as training gives an organization competitive advantage over other organizations that are not favourably disposed to it. The study concludes that effective manpower training is an investment that has both immediate and long range returns.

Key words: manpower training, employee performance, training design, OPIC

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