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Given that human labor is the main driving force towards attaining the core objectives of an institution, it is mandatory to ensure that they are acquainted with the skills and expertise needed to deliver quality services that meet the divergent needs of the international market. Recent research as documented by theorist Bassnet (2010) in his book: Statistical Data Analysis has sufficiently demonstrated that only about 25% of corporate business organization undertake regular capacity building through on-job training, workshops, international conferences and seminars that are geared towards instilling new insight and relevant skills within the labor force (Bassnet, 2010).
The HR Director has been on the run to diagnose the cause of underperformance among a section of its employees and it has become eminent that the majority of them lack the required skills to match the current needs of consumers and meet the internationally set standards in the industry, demonstrating the scope of the study.
The best practice relating to employee performance lies in the ability of the human resource department to diagnose the problem and identify the specific areas that are lacking; and require reinforcement and empowerment to meet the needs of the organization. This ensures that there is a holistic growth in the organization and that all departments work cohesively together to realize high productivity and remain competitive in the industry. When one department lags behind, the whole system’s performance is essentially affected hence the need to ensure that all the sectors work optimally without one derailing the activities of the other due to incompetence and lack of capacity to deliver.
According to McGeorge (2010, p. 121), capacity building fundamentally entails equipping the labor force with the technical know-how in as far as their duties and responsibilities
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