This study focused on the Effects of Training on Organizational Performance of five Oil Multinational Corporations in South-South Nigeria. The study sought to determine the effect training on organizational performance in the oil MNCS in South-south Nigeria, assess the effects of training on the performance of IvINCs in South-South Nigeria, ascertain the factors militating against employees training in the oil MI'/CS in South-south Nigeria and determine the relationship between training on organizational performance in the oil MNCS in South-south Nigeria. The study employed both primary and secondary sources of data to collect information from the respondents. However, data were collected through a well-structured 5 point Likert Scale questionnaire distributed to 342 (three hundred and forty-iwo) employees of these five oil multinational corporations such as Royal Dutch, Shell, Chevron, Exxon Mobil and Agip comprising both senior and junior staff Out of the above questionnaires, 329 (three hundred and twenty-nine) were retrieved and 13 (thirteen) respondents were either on annual leave or out of the office during collection. Furthermore, the study employed SF55 Z-test and simple linear regression was adopted to test the hypotheses of the study. The result from the Z-test showed effect of training and organizational performance. The value of the Z-statistic was 1.94421 which is less than 2. The value of 2 indicates "agree" to the research objective, the sample mean is .3214 which is larger than the population size, with p-value of. 03875 < .05 significance level. This implies that Training has signflcant effects on organizational performance in the oil MNCS in South-south Nigeria. The result from the simple linear regression analysis showed a sign fIcant value of 0.011 which is less than 0.05 which shows that there is signIcant relationship between training and organizational performance in the oil MA/CS in South-south Nigeria. The researcher concluded that training f properly harnessed and implemented would yield positive results in terms of productivity and organizational performance. In line with the above resolve, the study recommended that oil multinational corporations in Nigeria should allocate appreciable amount offund to the training of their employees on continuous basis. This is to maintain the match between job requirements, individual characteristics and abilities with regard to technological innovations that will enhance organizational performance.
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CHINWE, OBIKPE. "Effects Of Training On Organizational Performance Of Selected Oil Multinational Corporations In South-South Nigeria." Repository.mouau.edu.ng (2021). Accessed 07 Feb. 2023. https://repository.mouau.edu.ng/work/view/effects-of-training-on-organizational-performance-of-selected-oil-multinational-corporations-in-south-south-nigeria-7-2