EFFECTS OF STUDENTS LIVING CONDITIONS ON THEIR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF KATABI SUB COUNTY, ENTEBBE - MUNICIPALITY.

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ABSTRACT

The study was to assess the effect of training on employee retention in Kampala

central police stations. The objectives of the study were; I to determine the types of

training offered at Uganda police, 2 to assess the effect of training on retention at

Uganda police, 3 to establish the relationship between training and employee

retention. The research design was descriptive in nature and based on primary data

collection at different police stations in Kampala. The study population involved all

accessible senior and junior police officers and the research used sample of 80

respondents whose data was collected using a questionnaire. Ethical consideration

was thought of and upon receiving of the introductory letter to conduct research from

the department of human resource management of Kampala international university

the researcher proceeded to the field to gather data, though their were some

limitations in this study, the researcher managed to handle them slowly till the final

stage of the report production this is because the limitations were minor and bearable.

The study can be concluded that the training and retention strategies by Uganda police

were, I to determine the type of trainings offered by police, 2 to assess the effect of

training on retention at Uganda police, 3 to establish the relationship between training

and employee retention, it also concluded that I compensation, work life balance,

career opportunities, coercion, equal employment opportunities, training programs

can effectively enhance retention at Uganda police. The researcher recommended that

training programs should be relevant to the job function and also pointed out that

different training methods should be used since different people understand

differently, there should also be trainings based on merit not on gender, tribe and

religion, the sector should also increase the pay for its staff as a way of motivating

them to work. The regression model analysis was used to establish the relationship

between training and employee retention at Uganda police in central areas and the

study outcomes unveiled appositive significant relationship between training and

employee retention at police in Kampala central region value(0-000) which was less

than o-05,which is a maximum level required implying that a significant relationship

between the variables under study was accepted .this implies that training has a

significant effect if employees are to be retained in any organisation such as Kampala

central police stations and failure to apply the best practices in training the rate of

turnover will be high. The research concluded that equal training opportunities for all,

reward policies, work life balance, compensation can lead to employee’s retention at

Uganda police force. This strategy can be improved by providing financial and

non-financial rewards like medals pay rise, promotions extra as a way of motivating

them to perform well and thus retaining them.


TABLE OF CONTENT

DECLARATION

APPROVAL ii

DEDICATION iii

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT iv

TABLE OF CONTENT v

LIST OF FIGURES viii

ABSTRACT ix

CHARPTER ONE 1

INTRODUCTION 1

I. I Background of the study 1

1 .2 Problem statement 4

1.3 Objectives of the Study 5

1.4 Research question 5

1.5 Scope of the study 5

1.5.1 Theoretical scope 5

1.5.2 Time scope 5

1.5.3 Geographical scope 5

1.6 Significance of the study 5

v

1.7 Definition of terms .6

CHAPTER TWO 7

LITERATURE REVIEW 7

2.1 Introduction 7

2.2 Conceptual Framework 7

2.3 An Overview Of Employee Training 9

2.4 Related Literature 11

2.5 Effects of employee’s retention strategies 13

2.6 Relationship between training and employee retention 14

CHAPTER THREE 15

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 15

3.1 Research Design 15

3.2 Population and 15

3.3 Data Collection Instruments 16

3.4 Validity of the Instruments 17

3.5 Reliability of the Research Instruments 18

3.6 Data Collection Procedures 18

3.7 Data Analysis 18

vi

3.7 Ethical Considerations .19

CHAPTER FOUR 20

DATA PRESENTATTION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRITATION OF THE

FINDINGS 20

4.1 INTRODUCTION 20

4.2 BIO-DATA 20

CHAPTER FIVE 28

CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS 28

5.1 INTRODUCTION 28

5.3 CONCLUSION 31

5.4 RECOMMENDATIONS 32

REFERENCES 35

APPENDIX 37

QUESTIONNAIRE 37

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 2 .1: show conceptual frame work 8


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