Interview Analysis With MAXQDA: Effect of Training on Organization Performance With Mediation of Employees Work Attitude in Textile Industries of Ethiopia
Keywords:Training, Commitment, Work Attitude, Organization Performance
Global competiveness based on the serious matter of work attitude of employee because it is dependent on when well companies train their work force. At the advent of technology, it is east to investigate and improve the employee attitude towards work with the inclusion of technological for human upgrading through training. Training may be very from organization to organization in form of on job and off job. Training paved the way forward the type of attitude employee have towards their work. Skill labor positive view towards work is sub structured on advanced training methods that make them differentiate in workplace competition. Researchers first make thematic analysis in form of code data segment with help of MAXQDA 2020 software. After activation of all inserted interviewed, researchers were conducted the mixed method analysis. Single case analysis was framed for theme identification with help of thematic analysis. After that, thematic coding was framed for content analysis. For identification, screening and intent PRISMA was used employed. Coded frequency matrix was assimilated to depict the functionalism of training in the study area in the form of bibliographic analysis. Systematic evaluation of interviewed text manifested that training consider by most employees as the initial point of skill development and extended part of positive work attitude development, thus ended with enhanced organizational performance in textile industries. Study outcomes based on positivism approach will policy recommendations because of its objectivity.