Nabila Khan, Naveed Ahmad, Nadeem Iqbal, Najeeb Haider, Relationship of Training and Education with Employee Performance in Financial Institutions, Volume 41, International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 41)
    The aim of this study is to investigate the training that has positive impact on employees’ performance and productivity. This paper is quantitative in nature. Data for the paper have been collected through primary source by questionnaires surveys. The data have been checked through statistical software to find the influence and relationship of training on performance of employees. There are two variable Training (Independent) and Employees’ performance (Dependent). Seven conventional banks limited are selected for the study. It is concluded that training has strong positive impact on employee performance whereas education is negatively correlated with performance in the financial institution of southern Punjab. The research paper suggest that professional training is essential element of human capital development which leads to higher productivity and performance.
    Banks, Education, Employee Performance, Rewards, Training