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PROJECT TOPIC- Impacts of Manpower Training and Development on Productivity of Workers in an Organization: A Study of Selected Firms in Enugu: Access Bank Plc, Nigerian Breweries Plc, First Bank Plc, Emenite Limited Nigeria Bottling Company Ltd]

PROJECT TOPIC- Impacts of Manpower Training and Development on Productivity of Workers in an Organization: A Study of Selected Firms in Enugu: Access Bank Plc, Nigerian Breweries Plc, First Bank Plc, Emenite Limited Nigeria Bottling Company Ltd]

 

ABSTRACT

Impacts of manpower training and development on productivity of workers in an organization. The objectives of the study include; To highlight the need for manpower planning and development in these organization, to determine the nature of the relationship between personal training and development and staff performance, to ascertain the impact of training on productivity of employees and organizations, to know if there are social and personal benefits resulting from the training, to find out if manpower planning, training and development provide job satisfaction to employees. Primary and secondary data were used. The population of the study was 240, from which the sample size of 150 was determined using Taro-Yamani formula. The research instrument used were questionnaire and interview. Chi-square was used to test the hypothesis. The findings from the study include There are needs for manpower planning and development in banks and manufacturing companies, There is a relationship between manpower training and
production in an organization, Training improves the productivity of employees and the organization, There are social and personal benefits resulting from the training, Manpower planning, training and development provide job satisfaction to employees.. The researcher made this recommendation; As a result of importance of manpower planning and development, the training and development should not be for selected employees to the neglect of others. This is because it is possible for those regarded as high potential employees not to meet the predicted standard, while those initially neglected improves overtime, organizations should continue to encourage its staff to participate in training and development programmes, firms should expand, upgrade and equip all its satellites training centers for maximum benefit and utilization, Though organizations provide external training for their
trainers, it is necessary to bring in external training consultants to the training centers occasionally to improve the quality of the programme, Course related jobs should be assigned to the employees after training and Course related jobs should be assigned to the employees after training.

CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION

1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

There are a number of factors that contribute to the success of any organization, these factors include: capital, equipment, manpower, etc. All these factors are important but the most significant factor is the human factor. Since it is the people that will put the other resources to work, it should be viewed as such by management by giving it due attention in order to achieve its organizational goals and objectives.
Manpower planning aimed at ensuring that the right person is available for the right job at the right time. This involves formulating a forward looking plan to ensure that the necessary human effort to make it possible for the survival and growth of the organization, it becomes imperative to develop the employee. Udeze (2000:90), posits that training is like sharpening of an existing skill in order to reflect the trends in technology and other socio-cultural environment of an organization.

The major object of training and development is to increase the efficiency of the employee with resulting increase in corporate productivity. Diejemoah (2001:23), Manpower development is a process of intellectual and emotional achievement through providing the means by which people can grow on their jobs. It relates to series of activities, which an enterprise would embark upon to improve its managerial capacity. Manpower development is important in any discussion of strategic human resources management. These emphasis on manpower and development is influenced by the belief that it is now desirable to focus more attention on areas which in the past has been relatively neglected because every organization regardless of its size must provide for the needs, interest and desire of its employee within the work environment if it is to earn loyalty, dedication, involvement and commitment necessary to compete effectively.
Since the early 1960, the human factor of production of manpower as it is alternatively called, has increasable been recognized as the most critical resource of the factors without which an effective utilization of all other factors remain a dream. Although, it might to tempting to attach more importance to the availability of physical resource such as capital and equipment undermining that they are mere passive factors of production, which depend on human intellectual which is the active agent to exploit them in order to achieve the objective of the organization. Thus, the human factor
(manpower) is the main stay of the organization.

In other words, the success of an organization depends on the ability and expertise of those who operate it both at the managerial and lower levels of operation, such abilities and expertise usually stems from the knowledge they possess and training received. Graham (2001:19) says human being constitutes the ultimate basis of a nation’s wealth. This proposition applies to the organization, which implies that with daily increase and complexity in the organizational activities and the problem ensuring optimum productivity which is fast becoming a challenge as well as imperative for the management of organization, thus, training and development of staff on whom the huge responsibility of furthering these goals rest, must take top priority if the organization must continue to enjoy maximum performance from the staff. The main objective of setting up a company is to make profit and to achieve this organizational goal; adequate manpower planning and development programmes should be put in place to enhance performance.

PROJECT TOPIC- Impacts of Manpower Training and Development on Productivity of Workers in an Organization: A Study of Selected Firms in Enugu: Access Bank Plc, Nigerian Breweries Plc, First Bank Plc, Emenite Limited Nigeria Bottling Company Ltd]

 

1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

The human resources (manpower) is considered the most critical to any organizational survival of a truism that adequate supply of material and financial resources that utilizes these available resources to bring about the desired goals. However, most organizational plans meticulously for their investment in physical and capital resources and these plans are reviewed with utmost attention to detail while rarely do such organizations pay attention to human investment in which the capital and equipment will be in vain.

Not many organizations consider the necessity for a well-defined and sustained training and development for staff in order to upgrade their performance or they are not able to cope financially with training and development programmes. The very few organizations that give thought to this very important aspect of staffing functions do so with lack of seriousness; all round attention and continuity. The programmes are carried out not only once in a blue moon but are also lopsided in terms of content and staff participation.

As a result of this, lackadaisical attitude of management towards training and manpower development. There had been a progressive decline in the ability of manpower to cope with the challenges that attend the over unfolding new dispensation in the industry, in the circumstance, what we find is that the rise in industrial output is inconsequential in spite of the enormous wave of modern technology that now exist in industrial activities. It is the opinion of industry observes that the poor performance of the organization-workers follows from their inability to keep abreast with the new technological current as a result of the absence of appropriate and sufficient staff training. It is against this background that the researcher considered the impact of performance training and development on organizational performance of this mission, however, the researcher used some selected firms such as : Access Bank Plc, Nigeria Breweries Plc, First Bank Plc, Emenite Limited and Nigerian Bottling Company Plc.

1.3 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY ARE AS FOLLOWS:

i To highlight the need for manpower planning and development in these organization.
ii To determine the nature of the relationship between personal training and development and staff performance.
iii To ascertain the impact of training on productivity of employees and organizations.
iv To know if there are social and personal benefits resulting from the training.
v To find out if manpower planning, training and development provide job satisfaction to employees.

1.4 RESEARCH QUESTIONS

1. Is there relationship between manpower training an

PROJECT TOPIC- Impacts of Manpower Training and Development on Productivity of Workers in an Organization: A Study of Selected Firms in Enugu: Access Bank Plc, Nigerian Breweries Plc, First Bank Plc, Emenite Limited Nigeria Bottling Company Ltd]

 

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