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Employee Development Strategies and Organizational Performance: A Case of Tea Sector in Kenya

Abstract


Performance is a challenge to many organizations. It is hard to achieve the desired levels of performance hence the need to use HR tools such as motivation, performance appraisal and Employee development. The study aimed at examining the effect of employee Development on organizational performance with specific of tea sector. The paper focus on training and mentoring to ascertain performance of the organization.  Descriptive research design was used. Stratified and simple random sampling techniques were used to obtain a sample of 71 respondent from 696 employees of Unilever Tea Kenya Limited. Inferential statistics were used to measure the research hypothesis. The findings indicated that there exist significant effect between employee development and the performance of the organization.  Productivity, cost, innovation and task completion level play significant role in performance of the organization.  In conclusion the performance of organization is affected by employee development. The study recommend that the organization provide more input more on training and mentorship in order to improve overall organization performance.


Keywords

Strategic management, employee development strategies, descriptive design, Kericho, Kenya

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