International Journal of Entrepreneurship (Print ISSN: 1099-9264; Online ISSN: 1939-4675)


Do Job Performance Mediates between E-Learning Training Program and Organizational Performance: A Case of Dubai Police Force

Author(s): Ahmed Abdulla Yousef Ahmed Alzaabi, Ahmad Bashawir Bin Haji Abdul Ghani

With the passage of time world is moving towards E-Systems, either its banking, teaching, or training. The prior literature was a bit ambiguous about the effectiveness of e-learning and training programs. In the last two decades Dubai Police Force has conducted several trainings of their employees; however, no empirical evidence was available for the effectiveness of those trainings. The current study is an attempt to identify the effectiveness of e-trainings that were provided to Dubai Police Force. For the said purpose data was collected from the employees of Dubai Police force using a predetermined and well-established scale. The responses were then analyzed using Smart PLS-3. The findings revealed that e-learning training has a significant positive impact over organizational performance of Dubai Police force as well as job performance. Furthermore, job performance mediates the relationship e-learning training and organizational performance of Dubai Police force. In future the researchers are guided to add more variables as mediators or some other variable as a moderator to further explain organizational performance through human resource.

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