Analysis of the Effectiveness of Training Programs and Commitment of Employee to Organization

Ridho Laksamana Jasri Umar, Wulan Permatasari Hanudin, Zansyuwari Mohammad Shahrullail


Training is a very important aspect of an organization to improve employee performance. This study aimed to examine the relationship between the effectiveness of employee training programs with organization commitment in the education sector in Malaysia which was influenced by the motivation of employees in training. The variables identified in the study to measure the effectiveness of training programs are the course content of training, the role of coach and support from the supervisor as independent variables and motivation to study as mediator variables. This study used a questionnaire, observation and interview. The questionnaire involves 208 employees in the education sector in several states in Malaysia. Results of hypothesis testing uses the route model Smart Partial Least Squares (SmartPLS) which confirms that the role of the coach and support from the supervisor acts as an important predictor of organizational commitment and motivation to study acting effectively as a mediator variables between the relationship of training programs and organizational commitment. Meanwhile, the course content is unable to act as an important predictor of employee commitment to the organization.


Training; Course Content; Role of Coach; Supervisor Support; Motivate of Employees; Organization Commitment.

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