The Effect Of Employee Training On Devolution Of Public Sector Services In
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The Effect Of Employee Training On Devolution Of Public Sector Services In Local Authorities In Kenya: Case Of County Government
In most government departments in Kenya, there has been a public outcry at least more than once about poor service delivery. The sector has a lot of untrained personnel performing tasks beyond their ability and skills. In the advent of devolution, the situation is reportedly worse in most counties and such include Kericho County. The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of employee training on devolution of public sector services in Kericho County. The study was carried out among 371 county staff and 15 elected members of the County Assembly. Stratified random sampling was employed to select 84 respondents from the categories of sub-counties.DownloadViews: 104

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