Role of Employee Training: Study of Employee Commitment, Retention, and Performance in NADRA Pakistan
Samina Umer Pathan, Dr. Muhammad Salih Memon, and Dr. Mansoor Ahmed Soomro*
Employees “Commitment, retention and performance" are the burning and debatable issues of every manufactured and service oriented organizations. In this prospective data has been collected from NADRA employees of Pakistan with the concerned of training. A structured questionnaire was adopted and sends for data collection to the targeted population, analysis techniques namely descriptive statistics, reliability, factor analysis, regression and correlation, were used, and based on the results it was concluded that untrained employees are more committed, retain for long period of time with NADRA and performed better towards the organizational objective, on the other hand employees who availed training facility are less committed, retention rate is lower and not performed well in the organization. It is finally concluded that only training factor without any financial and non-financial benefits is not effective on NADRA employees.