|Title:||HUMAN RESOURCE TRAINING PRACTICES AT THE BANK OF ABYSSINIA : WITH EMPHASIS TO ADDIS ABABA AREA OFFICES|
|Abstract:||The central element in an organizatios and for a country is its human resource (HR) or human caital. Since the humn resource is viewed as the driving force for the success of the organization, it has become important to contain and provide them with sufficiently educated and skilled employees. To this effect, training becomes a vital instrument any organization has to put in place. Taking this into consideration, this study is conducted to assess the training practices of the Bank of Abyssinia. The main objectives of the study is to assess the training practices of the bank and see its impact on organizational performance. The research is designed as a case study in the form of cross sectional type in which data is collected accross populations through simple random sampling. Both primary and secondary data is used in the research and the survey population is selected from 33 branches and 11 departments found in Addis Ababa. The data gathered in this form is analyzed using descriptive statistics. The findings of the study indicated that the respondents perceived that deparments/branches are not given a faire share in the design and implementation of the training program and a pre-determined needs assessment is not conducted. Thus, the bank has to assess its trainig practices in light of the opinions obtained from the survey and should keep-up its strength and make adjustments to the weaknesses by applying a proper training mechanisms.|
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