Career development and employee performance in Uganda a case of Uganda nation bureau of standards
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The study intended to determine the contribution of career development and Employee performance at Uganda National Bureau of Standards (U BS). The specific objectives of this study included to determine the job training contributes employee performance in UNBS: to exam inc how career mentoring contributes to employee performance in U BS and to establish the contribution of job orientation and employee performance in UBS. In this stud y, a case research design was used and both qualitative and qualitative approaches were adopted. Data was collected using questionnaires and interviews. from a sample of I03 respondents where a response rate of 81 respondents was realized and considered for data analysis. The study findings revealed chat job training significantly contributes on employee performance in this organization. The findings also revealed that career mentoring significantly contributes on employee performance in this organization. It was also revealed that job orientation significantly contributes on employee performance in this organization. However, the three selected dimensions of career development moderately contributes on employee performance. It means that the explanatory power of this model is moderately positive since a unit change in job training. career mentoring and job orientation can increase on the performance of employees. Basing on the first objective, this study recommends that this organization may make employee development a priority: This is a common interview question and also make sure that performance appraisals are consistent. This study further recommends that this organization may create a new approach to communication. Introduce new ways to communicate throughout the organization. From the last objective. this study recommends that during the employee induction process, the trainer may use a lot of visuals. and try to avo id text based training. This is because human beings are much more likely to remember the images rather than text.