Use of performance appraisal in staff training and development at the teachers service commission
Muhoi, Beatrice Wamaitha
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This research study was carried out at Teachers Service Commission. It was established in July 1967 by the Teachers Service Commission Act, Cap 212, Laws of Kenya to perform core teacher management functions of registration, recruitment, deployment, discipline, remuneration, promotion and regulation of the teaching service. The TSC is currently established under Article 237(1) of the Constitution of Kenya (2010) as a Constitutional Commission. The objective was to study the use of performance appraisal in staff training and development at Teachers Service Commission. The findings of the study will be of value and interest to various stakeholders. The researcher used the descriptive research design and the sample size was 70.The sample size of 70 was distributed among the seven directorates of the commission. These directorates are Human resource management, finance, Accounts, Staffing, Administration, Internal Audit and ICT. The data collection instruments were questionnaires. Data analysis and presentation techniques were quantitative methods i.e. use of simple tables, pies and graphs which helped the researcher analyze the findings of the study. The study recommended need of more training so as to ensure that employees are more efficient and effective.