Effect of Employee Orientation on Employee Performance in Commercial Banks in Nigeria

Chukwunonso J. Nosike (Department of Business Administration, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria)

Article ID: 5024

DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/mmpp.v4i3.5024

Abstract


This study examined the effect of employee orientation and employee performance. Survey research design was employed. A sampled of three selected commercial banks in Enugu State, Nigeria. Data for the study were collected through questionnaire administered to the respondents. Using regression analysis, the result shows that employee orientation has a positive significant effect on employee performance of commercial banks in Enugu state, Nigeria. Based on the findings, the study recommended that bank management be able to properly plan and get ready for new hire orientation training in order to satisfy their expectations and create a basis for long-term employee happiness.


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Employee orientation; Employee performance; Nigerian banks

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