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This research tends to engage explanatory quantitative research.

Further, primary data was collected for

this research since no data set is online available for the studied context. The research population for this
study is all the 600 employees of Private Malaysia while a sample size of 100 employees were selected
using convenience sampling technique. Likert – Scale Questionnaire was used as a research tool which
was given manually to the employees of the Private Malaysia to ensure the reliability of the source of
collected data. Special consideration was given to the ethical consideration while collecting the data for
this research. Lastly, descriptive, correlation and regression analysis were conducted to build the nexus
amongst the cluster of dependent and independent variables.

Major objective of this study as mentioned is to know the impact of the training and development on
employee‟s performance especially in different age, gender and designation groups. First of all secondary
data was collected about the training and development from previous researches and then two different
kinds of questionnaires were prepared for collecting primary data. Questionnaires were distributed across
33 companies and total number of respondents was 210. Research instrument. Secondary data was
collected using the Internet, Burch library and Burch online database systems. Primary data was collected
using the two different questionnaires whereas one type of questionnaire was prepared for the
employees in the companies and second one was created for the owners or the managers of the
companies. Questionnaires for the employees were consisted of 32 questions. Questionnaire for
employees have 3 parts. First part is about personal info (gender, marital status, age, designation, life
experience in company, and total life experience). Second part was about training programs in the
companies they are working in and overall info about the training programs. Third part was about benefits
of training programs for employees and expectations. Questionnaires for the managers or owners of the
companies were consisted of 15 questions and were separated in 2 groups. First group was about personal
info (gender, marital status, age, designation, life experience in company, and total life experience) and
second group was about training programs in companies, their benefits to the companies and types of
training programs used in company. Population. Population of the study consists of the employees
working in the selected companies with various job descriptions. All companies are privately held and
total number of surveyed companies is 33 and total number of the surveyed employees is 210.
Measurement In the questionnaire Likert and nominal scales were used starting from strongly disagree to
strongly agree.

It is an empirical research that quantitatively measures the impact of T & D on various skills and retention
factors like motivation & loyalty of employees in the banks of Pakistan. We have adopted the descriptive
and explanatory approach to assess the role of Training & Development in employees’ work performance
and to fulfill the other study objectives. Survey sampling has been used to collect relevant data and
responses. The sampling techniques used were convenience sampling and referral sampling.
Questionnaires were delivered in the various branches of banks by hand. Sample size was decided on the
basis of intuition and gut feelings. The time considerations and availability of respondents was the major
reason behind deciding on the sample size through intuition. SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Sciences)
is being used to analyze the responses collected on the questionnaire