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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 6, June 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Enhancement Of Employees Performance Via Professional Training And Development: A Study On Oil And Gas Companies Operating In Yemen

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AUTHOR(S)

Gehad Mohammed Ahmed Naji, Ahmad Shahrul Nizam Isha, Mohammed Alzoraiki, Osama Sharafuddin, and AL-Baraa Abdulrahman AL-Mekhlafi

 

KEYWORDS

Training, employee performance, oil and gas. Yemen

 

ABSTRACT

Human resources (HR) in any organization around the world need to cope with the changes in business techniques. Employee training is considered the main factor to increase organizational performance. Training is considered as the best method to identify and help employees do their required works effectively, correctly, conscientiously and safely. The research work study focused on the training and improvement of employee performance at oil and gas companies operated in YemenThe aim of this study is to investigate the effect of training on employees’ performance. The quantitative technique was conducted surveys by questionnaires that were utilized as instruments to assemble information to investigate the relationship between training and employee performance. A survey has been conducted in oil and gas companies operated in Yemen, yielding responses from 150 out of 200 employees. Then, the data was studied and analyzed using Smart PLS 3.0 to test the hypothesis that comprised the two factors of training and employee performance. Bootstrapping was performed to investigate the standard error of the estimate and t-values. The results of this research work study showed that training has an obvious and positive effect on employee performance in Yemen’s oil and gas companies. And their performance influenced by the training. The relationship between training and employee performance affirmed that it is beneficial to implement a successful training program at oil and gas companies in Yemen. HR management are required to find a suitable and relevant training program for all individual employee in the organization. However, the study would help Yemeni companies to develop and improve the HR workforce, which in turn will enhance the effectiveness and the success of the companies. Moreover, this research study would provide the management of Yemen oil and gas companies with supportive guidelines and recommendations.

 

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