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THE MODERATING ROLE OF MODERN TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT METHODS IN PRIVATE BANKS AND WORK PERFORMANCE: EVIDENCE FROM CONTRACTUAL EMPLOYEES WORKING IN PAKISTAN BANKING SECTOR
Vol 6 No 3 (2018): BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT STUDIES: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
Submitted: Feb 18, 2019
Published: Nov 29, 2018
The article attempts to investigate the moderating role and effect of the modern methods of training and development programs in private banks on the individual work performances of the employees. Through area cluster sampling technique survey questionnaire, the data was gathered from 280 employees working at the operational level in 8 major cities of Pakistan. The results confirmed that the private banks have significant contribution in improving the overall performances of the banking sector whereas modern methods of training and development has statistically significant effect on enhancing the working performance of contractual employees. The frequently evident practices; professionalism and employee engagement developed through training are considered and both have significant relationship with the enhanced work performance of employees. Hence, modern training and development methods are pivotal moderator in improving the working efficiency of the private banks and enhancing the knowledge, skills and abilities of the contractual workforce.