Proposing a research methodology to evaluate the relation between training needs assessment and employee performance
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Training needs assessment (TNA) is utilized effectively as an evaluation tool by organizations in various countries to determine if training is the best solution to their problems. These organizations have benefited greatly by identifying the weak links and finding suitable solutions, thus optimizing their efficiency. The effectiveness and advantage of a TNA evaluation process, however, has been neither properly understood nor implemented in Arab culture. It is felt that organizations in countries like Bahrain have tremendous potential to enhance their efficiency and contribute more positively to the economic growth at the national level. Therefore, an effort is being made to propose a research methodology to describe the degree to which TNA affects positive employee performance, specifically in Bahrain. Based on the proposed methodology, separate organizations in Bahrain could be surveyed later, by future researchers, to determine the comprehensiveness of their TNA and employee performance after training.
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