The study intended to establish the relationship between Staff Training and Organisational
Performance in Maganjo Grain Milling, Kawempe Division-Kampala District, Uganda. it was
guides by three objective which included; (i) To establish the level of staff training in Maganjo
Grain Milling limited, Kawempe division, Uganda.(ii) To establish whether there is a
significant relationship between Staff Training and Organisational Performance in Maganjo
Grain Milling, Kawempe Division, Kampala District, Uganda” (iii) To establish the challenges
faced by Maganjo Grain Milling, Kawempe Division, Kampala District, Uganda. In this study,
respondents were described according to gender distribution; Male (76%) Female (24%);
Marital Status Distribution the findings reveal that single (28%) , Married (52%), Divorced
(20%), regarding age Distribution, Below 25(24%), 25-35 years (62%), 36-45 years (12%),
46 and above (2%); Educational Qualification Distribution, Ph.D (4%), Masters (30%)
Bachelors (44%), Diploma (22%). The findings reveal that on staff training four constructs
were measured and rated as follows; On-The-Job Training (average mean= 3.24) Orientation
training or induction training (average mean 3.18) Technical training (average mean= 3.14)
Refresher training (average mean= 3.11) Study leave3 .07 with an overall mean=3. 15.
The findings reveal that on organisational performance six constructs were measured and rated
as follows; Division of labor(average mean=3.19), Planning (average mean= 3.16) Organizing
(average mean~ 3.11) Staffing(average mean= 3.08) Output per employee(average mean=
3.16) Control (average mean= 3.10) as well as with an Overall mean.
Results in Table 4.3 indicated a positive significant relationship between the Staff Training and
Organisational Performance in Maganjo Grain Milling, since the sig. value (0.000) was far less
than 0.05, which is the maximum level of significance, required for declaring a significant
relationship. This implies Staff Training highly contributes to the Organisational Performance,
Uganda and Staff Training leads to low Performance of Organizations. The stated null
hypothesis was rejected based on these results and hence concluding that good level of Staff
Training and Performance of Organizations.
it was recommended that; ensure Company culture is understood; Creating a positive learning
environment will encourage development and help your employees gain confidence in their
new position. Proper training should not be reserved for new employees. In order to maintain a
staff of trained and well-integrated employees, it’s critical to promote continuous learning
throughout their careers; Provide information for the employee about exactly what the training
session will involve; make clear to the employee that the training is her responsibility and she
needs to take the employee training seriously; train supervisors and managers either first or
simultaneously so they know and understand the skills and information provided in the training
session. Train managers and supervisors in their role in the training process. Emphasize
training as an investment; Target your needs; encourage a learning culture. Express to all
employees that your organization cares about enhancing their skills and wants every worker
whether training or not to remain competitive within their skill set.
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ANNET, NTALE . "Staff Training And Organisational Performance In Maganjo Grain Milling, Kawempe Division, Kampala District, Uganda" Afribary (2021). Accessed October 17, 2021. https://afribary.com/works/staff-training-and-organisational-performance-in-maganjo-grain-milling-kawempe-division-kampala-district-uganda