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Impact of Training and Mentoring on Employee Performance - Empirical analysis of Public and Private Universities’ staff members of Islamabad

Tanoli, Mubashar Farooq (2016): Impact of Training and Mentoring on Employee Performance - Empirical analysis of Public and Private Universities’ staff members of Islamabad.

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Abstract

This study tries to illustrate the relationship between training, mentoring and employee performance. The purpose of the study is to highlight the role of different practices which are mainly out of a few practices of HR. Employee training and mentoring shows their influence on the employee performance. It will generate different results of empirically tested and analyzed data. Data from 250 staff members will be collected from different public and private sector universities of Islamabad. After collection of data it will be analyzed through SPSS and certain results will be achieved. Further, on the basis of calculations results will be obtained through SPSS. Limitations of the study mainly defines the lack of interest of many teacher who are less or not reluctant in sharing the information.

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