Employees' Knowledge and Skills on Work Productivity at the Manpower Department

  • Sarthek Nishu Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi University, India
  • Akash Lalrinzuala Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi University, India
Keywords: Increased Knowledge, Employee Skills, Work Productivity

Abstract

The purpose of this research is to evaluate the impact of improving staff knowledge and skills on job productivity. This study employs a descriptive quantitative approach. The findings of this research show that increasing knowledge has a positive and significant impact on job productivity, with tcount = 4.236 > ttable = 1.674 and a significance level of 0.000 0.05. While the employee competence variable has a positive and substantial impact on job production (tcount = 3.143 > ttable = 1.674 with a significant 0.003 0.05)

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Published
2021-09-06
How to Cite
Nishu, S., & Lalrinzuala, A. (2021). Employees’ Knowledge and Skills on Work Productivity at the Manpower Department. Journal La Bisecoman, 2(3), 1-5. https://doi.org/10.37899/journallabisecoman.v2i3.408