PERCEPTION OF EMPLOYEES’ TOWARD THE IMPACT OF PROMOTION AND TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ON JOB PERFORMANCE: A STUDY OF UNIVERSITY LECTURERS, AFGHANISTAN
Keywords:Promotion, Training and development, Job performance, University Lecturers, Nangarhar University.
The main aim of this study was to find the impact of promotion and training and development on the job performance of university lecturers in Nangarhar University, Afghanistan. In order to collect the data from respondent questionnaire method was adopted by using Likert scales from one to five. Questionnaire were distributed online to the participant and finally received the data from 130 respondents. Data were analyzed by Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) version 24. After analyzing the data result showed that there was a significant correlation between promotion and job performance of the employees. Moreover, it was also revealed that a significant correlation exist between training and development and job performance of the employees.
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