The Influence of Internal Promotion and Training Incentives on Employee Performance at University of Nairobi.
MetadataShow full item record
The paper examines the extent to which incentives such as employee training and internal promotion contribute to employee performance, the case of University of Nairobi. The study was descriptive in nature and investigated employee training and internal promotion to assess employee performance at the University of Nairobi. The target population in this study was the non-teaching staff of Nairobi University, whereby stratified sampling technique was applied. The findings of the study revealed that both employee training and internal promotion as human resource management practice enhances performance of employees and enhances organization’s competitiveness. A major recommendation is the need to harmonize and integrate internal promotion and training as incentives towards employee improved performance. Further research should be done to explore the role of emerging technology, environment (facility layout, location, and supervision), attitude (character) and other personal (family issues) as other factors that affect employee’s performance.
CitationNjiraine D. "The Influence of Internal Promotion and Training Incentives on Employee Performance at University of Nairobi. ." European Journal of Business and Management. 2019;11(14):63-79.
University of Nairobi
SubjectHuman resource management practices, human resource management, training, skills development, internal promotion, employee performance, incentives
RightsAttribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
The following license files are associated with this item: