A Conceptual Framework on the Training and Development to Reduce Employee Retention in UAE Oil and Gas Industry
Training and development on reducing the employee turnover at Oil and Gas Company in UAE. The oil and gas industry, is the backbone of UAE’s economy, has been facing high employee turnover rate. This paper aims is to explore the link between training and development and employee turnover at Oil and Gas Company in UAE.The study was approached from the theoretical perspective. Study thoroughly reviews and analyzes the literature by developing a link between training and development and employee turnover. The studies were explored from selected databases including “Google scholar”, “Emerald” and “Science Direct” using the keyword search, namely, “Training and development”, intrinsic motivation, retention, job satisfaction happiness, supported by some theories such as Social Exchange Theory, Physiological contract theory and Expectancy Theory to reduce the employee turnover at Oil and Gas Company in UAE.A framework of training and development of the employee retentions was developed based on body of research literature, which suggests job satisfaction will mediate the effect of training and development on job retention. The proposed framework useful for the employee retentions in the oil and gas industry in the UAE. Besides that, it can also be used in other organizations as well.Basically, most of literature show that, both value added and product quality was higher where workers were trained to take charge of many production lines at once. This will tremendously help in employee performance. The policy implication of this study is that its implementation is expected to improve and provide a high degree of job satisfaction is obtained by maintain the employees associated with the company as well as opening new avenue for future research.