Assessment of Employee Satisfaction with Human Resource Development Practice in South West Zone Kale Heywet Church Office

WondmagegnUrgessa Urissa


The paper is design to assess employees’ satisfaction with HRD practices in south west zone kale Heywet church office. The main objective of the study is to identify the level of employees’ satisfaction with: the organization commitment to HRD, appropriateness of HRD practices, opportunities for growth and development, management’s guidance and encouragements and other dimensions of HRD practices. The research design is cross-sectional survey. Both secondary and primary data were used in the research. A survey questionnaire with five point Likert scale is a main tool for gathering primary data about employees’ satisfaction with human resource development practices of the organization. 180 participants were participating in filling the questionnaires. An interview also prepared for officials of training and development team of the organization. The findings of the study indicated that respondents perceived the HRD practices of the organization as unfair. Respondents also indicated their dissatisfaction with the promotional opportunities and the knowledge to gain from the work they do for the organization. Moreover, majority of respondents indicated that they don’t think that the organization is the best place to develop them.

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