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Manpower Training Development And Employees Productivity

ABSTRACT

The research work is designed to measure the manpower framing development and employees’ productivity, in any organization, he common element in every organization remains the people they initiate the objectives, ideas, innovations and the accomplishment for which organizations are praised. People remain the most viable resources an organization possesses, without them, organizations cannot exist. Most Organizations present their balance sheet (Bank Account) raw material and other physical items as their assets. 


But neither balance sheet nor the mineral deposits would be of much value without capable people to manage these resources, the project work is segmented into five chapters. Chapter one consists of the introduction, statement of the problem, purpose of the study, significance of the study, scope of the study, limitation and constraints, historical background of the organization and definition of terms, Chapter two deals with literature review being the views and opinions of various authors on the subject matter, chapter three contains research methodology, research method used, instrument used in data collection, research population and sample size, sampling procedures employed and statistical techniques used in analyzing data, chapter four consists of current approach, training, types of training and promotion, While chapter five deals with summary of findings, recommendations and conclusion.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title Page
Certification ii
Dedication ill
Acknowledgement iv
Abstract Vi
Table of Contents Viii

CHAPTER: ONE INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background of the Study

1.2 Statement of the Problem

1.3 Purpose of the Study

1.4 Significance of the Study

1 Scope of the Study

1.6 Limitation of the study

1.7 Historical Background of the Case Study

1.8 Definition of Unfamiliar Terms

CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW

2.1 Meaning of Training and Manpower Development

2.2 Contribution of Training and Development Organization

2.3 Training and Development Needs

2.4 Training and Education

2.5 Motivation Related to Manpower Training Development

2.6 Information Presentation Method

2.7 Evaluation of Training

2.8 Advantages of Training and Development

CHAPTER THREE: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3.1 Research Design

3.2 Population of the Study

3.3 Sample and Sampling Design

3.4 Research Instrument

3.5 Pilot Survey and Research Methodology

3.6 Data Processing Methods

CHAPTER FOUR

4.1 Current Approach to Manager Training

4.2 Follow-Up Training

4.3 Types of Training

4.4 Promotion

CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION

5.1 Summary of Findings

5.2 Conclusion

5.3 Recommendations

References

Questionnaire


CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1    BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Personal management has become important recently more than ever in all parts of the world. This is because of the increasing awareness that it is the only vehicle by which an organization can achieve her goals efficiently and effectively.

In spite of the increasing level of machines involvement in the major production setting, man continues to plan an importance roles, since man make machine and not the other way round, man manage money, machines, materials and fellow men when machine function improperly, it is either repaired or replaced but when a person needs upgrading or retraining the personnel department usually provide it. Normally, it is expensive to train and hire workers in both time and normally the personnel department must select the right employees, put them in the appropriate position and keep them as satisfied company team members.

The employees have their own goals which arc different from those organizations such goals include self actualization, personal satisfaction, increased wages, personal salaries, training and development. Personnel have grown up from a simple nature to dynamic and challenging functions. Training and development is a continuous process which must be able to forecast fairly, accurately of the future needs of an organization, in terms of personnel the continuous process undergone by managers, they allow them to meet up the leadership roles expected of them, such process includes: conference, attendance of seminars, in-house training is a catalysts that serve as a means of bringing about changes in the personnel behaviour.

In all industries, manpower training and development has neglected the pressure increasing refinery facilities as a result of the growth of pipeline and product marketing company (PPMC) and the struggle for the united available personnel in the industry by the new companies were the obvious reasons.

The personnel management states that company must recognize the need to train all their staffs in order to increase their skills and knowledge when necessary for the advancement of the staff and the company as a whole first of all is the matter of promotion in which vacancies will be filled up, but promotion shall remain in the custody of the employer who notes the merit of response to training, technical ability, progress in any relevant professional examination and conduct in addition of length of services.

This is irrevocable by the nature of the refinery profession  whereby a lot of training is done increasing need to lay emphasis on training and development of staff in the oil industry. Assuming that theoretically, staff would normally meet the minimum requirement for the fashion profession it follows that poor performance on the job can only be attributed to inadequate manpower development programme.

1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

The problem associated with lack of training and manpower development in all organization are:

  1. Lack of skill and development
  2. Poor skill performance

iii.Increased cost of materials, supplied and equipment needed to correct errors

iv.Decrease productivity

  1. It leads to inefficiency

vi.It leads to wastages

viiDuplication of efforts

1.3 PURPOSE OF THE STUDY

The purpose of the study are as follows; to show the purpose of training and manpower development in any organization by giving adequate training to employees of different categories in the organization to show them positively.

Lastly, putting the condition of the workers under consideration, increasing their incentives etc which can make them improve their rate of input which will yield a great output as well as profit for the organization

1.4    SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

The research study will be useful to the business study students in various higher institutions.

It is also significant to the workers of Pipeline Production
Marketing Company as some will increase their efficiency and effectiveness in the organization.

The research will also be useful to those who wish to know more about manpower training or how to develop the employee’s skills in an organization which will leads to efficiency and effectiveness as a profit.

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