Poor training and development of the local government employee, which has over time resulted to poor input and output has become a menace to public service and Human Resources Management. This research work x –rayed the impacts of staff training and development on work attitudes, a study of local government areas in Orlu Senatorial Zone of Imo State. A total of 100 questionnaires were administered to the employees of five (5) statutory departments in the council on equal numbers of 20 each. Out of the 100 questionnaires administered 76 respondents returned their under usable conditions. This represent a 64% responses rate while 24 questionnaires were not returned which represent a 36% none response rate. A tabular form with simple percentage was used to present the raw data while the spearman’s rank order correlation technique was applied to analyze the discretely scaled data. The hypothesis formula was tested with the Z test because the sample population of this study is greater than fifty (50).The findings showed that staff training is sine qua-non to staff development. Employees perform effectively, efficiently and competently after undergoing training and development exercise. The study also revealed that age, length of service and sex has impact on employee’s attitude to work. The research recommended regular training of staff by the organizations. And having staff training and development into the organizational goals. As a trained worker is an asset to the organization and out-side society in general.
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