Research Article

The Impact of Training and Information and Communication Technology on Employees Performance: An Empirical Study on Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Companies in Amman

Author: Ali Falah Dalain

This study aims to measure the impact of Training and Information and Communication Technology on Employees Performance. Two independent variables are defined namely: Training and information and communication technology as well as one dependent variable is defined namely: Employees’ performance. The study population is consisted of (15) Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Companies working in Amman. The study used stratified random sample. To collect the primary data a questionnaire survey was distributed to (120) managers. The questionnaire consisted of (32) items of close ended response type. The study used the software package for statistical analysis SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Sciences) for testing the hypotheses through regression analysis. The results showed that training is the most significant where (Beta= 0.271, Sig= 0.008) and it positively and directly regresses on employees performance, followed by information and communication technology where (Beta= 0.254, Sig= 0.012) and it positively and directly regresses on employees performance.