THE IMPACTS OF TRAINING ON RETENTION OF EMPLOYEES IN ORGANISATIONS IN UGANDA. A CASE STUDY OF DIDI'S WORLD KAMPALA DISTRICT

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The study was on the impacts of training for retention of employees in organizations in Uganda. Didi's world was used as a case study. The general objective of the research was to identify the impacts of training for retention of employees in organization in Uganda. The research problem was down into specific objectives. These included; establishing the relationship between training and employee retention in Didi's world, to identify the training the initiatives that have been put in place in Didi's world, and to examine the impacts of training on employee's retention in Didi's world. The study employed across sectional quantitative research design. This enabled the researcher to collect primary data from employees with different interest. Employees come from human resource department, financial department, factory secretarial and operation department. Research revealed that Didi's world has put in place job sharing, flexible work time, and schools for children, and personal leave. Other are staff quarters and transport facilities. He also found that, both negative and positive impacts on employee's retention. Further more, it was found that training has and impact on the level of retention of employees. The research recommended the management of Didi's world and other similar organizations to put in place more training initiatives so as rip their benefits. Employees were recommended to use their time in a well managed manner. For further researchers, they were recommended to research on the impacts of training on employee's retention in  other organizations. For the case of Didi's world, research can be carried out on the  training initiatives that can enhance retention.


THE IMPACTS OF TRAINING ON RETENTION OF EMPLOYEES IN ORGANISATIONS IN UGANDA. A CASE STUDY OF DIDI'S WORLD KAMPALA DISTRICT
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    Type Project
    Department Human Resource Management
    Project ID HRM0146
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
    No of Pages 43 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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