Comparison of the Effect of Training and Development on Employee’s Performance in Public and Private Sectors: A Case Study of Bank of Industry and United Bank for Africa

Isyaka Mohammed Sanni, Enemani Akos Samuel, Aina Olalekan Kazeem


The study compare the impact of training and development on employees performance in private and public sectors in Abuja using United Bank for Africa and Bank of Industry in Abuja. The study find out how training and development (on the job, off the job, study leaves and induction) enhances employees performance (employees attitude, employees quality of work and employees punctuality).The study covered a period of five years from 2011 to 2015. A Point in time data was collected from primary source. The population was 247 and 276 (Bank of Industry, Abuja and DBA, Abuja) and the sample size was determined using Taro Yanmmine formula. The sample was 152 and 163. Regression was adopted and findings reveal that there is a significant relationship between training and development and employees performance in Bank of Industry in Abuja and United Bank for A frica in Abuja. It is there fore recommended that Bank of Industry in Abuja should continue to embark on training and development since it contributes significantly to employees performance and United Bank for Africa in Abuja should repetitively train and develop workers since it contributes to employees performance. Training is more effective in Bank of Industry in Abuja than United. Bank for Africa in Abuja.

Keywords: Training, Development, Employee’s, Performance, Public and Private Sector


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