Staff Training and development of programmes on organizational commitment among non-teaching staff of Universities in South-West, Nigeria
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Business Administration Journal Publication of Saint Michael College of Caraga, Nasipit, Augusan, del Norte, Philippines
The changing nature of the world of work over the decade has confirmed the importance of training and development programmes in enhancing employees' effectiveness and organizational commitment. This study was set out to investigate the influence of training and development programmes (TDPs) on organizational commitment among non-teaching staff of universities in south-west Nigeria. The study employed a descriptive survey research design. The study population was the entire non-teaching staff of six (6) randomly selected federal and state universities in the southwest, Nigeria. In selecting the sample size, multistage, stratified and simple random techniques were employed to select seven hundred and seven (707), respondents. A structured questionnaire tagged "Staff Training and Development Programme on Organizational Commitment" (STRDPOCQ) with a reliability coefficient of 0.97 was the instrument used for data collection. Three research questions and two hypotheses were raised and analyzed with the inferential statistical tool or Chi-square (X2) And T-test at 0.05 level of significance. The findings of the study showed that TDPs positive correlation with organizational commitment. Based on the findings of the study, concluded that TDPs are predictors of organizational commitment. It was recommended mat the government must be prepared to support TDPs through adequate funding.
Training and Development Programmes , Organizational Commitment , Non-Teaching and Universities , Nigeria , Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES::Social sciences::Education
Okebiorun, J.O. (2019). Staff Training and development of programmes on organizational commitment among non-teaching staff of Universities in South-West, Nigeria. Business Administration Journal Publication, 1, 161-173.