Effect of career development programs on employee retention in international non governmental organizations in Kenya
Modern day workers are more vocation-cognizant than ever. They are requesting more as far as self-improvement and advancement. Associations that neglect to permit representatives to meet their individual needs will lose esteemed workers. The purpose of this research was to determine the influence of career development programs on employee retention in international nongovernmental organizations in Kenya. Descriptive survey was used to conduct this Study. In this study, the focus was to define the influence of career development programs on employee retention of international Non-governmental organizations in Kenya. The target population of this study was all the 92 International NGOs in Nairobi Kenya registered with the National Council of (NGOs Registering Board; appendix ii). Since the population is small, the study used a census survey. A structured questionnaire facilitated the gathering of primary data. The study utilized purposive sampling technique in selecting one HR manager from each organization. The collected data was analyzed using quantitative data analysis methods. Descriptive statistics involves the use of absolute and relative (percentages) frequencies, mean and standard deviation respectively. The found that career development programs affect employee retention. Also it was established that organizational Career planning is a fundamental human resource policy in INGOs. The study concluded that Career counseling is a fundamental human resource policy in INGOs. The study recommended that Associations ought to likewise have an organized vocation improvement arrange. It will likewise permit the organization to demonstrate its dedication to building up its ability, which benefits both the organization and the worker.
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