IJSRP, Volume 12, Issue 2, February 2022 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Nyakundi Asenath K
Employees are important resources for every organization that is intending to deliver on its mission. As new employees are recruited, while existing employees move to new positions, they are expected to attain their peak performance within the shortest time possible. Kenya Tea Development Agency Holding (KTDA) Ltd, like most of other newly formed companies in the liberalized tea sector, must ensure that every new employee has the ability to adapt to their new organization and position adequately. It must also ensure that these employees are able to deliver on their assigned roles and responsibilities in the shortest time possible. This has however not been met as expected in most companies and organizations. Therefore, this study sought to examine effects of organization induction approaches on employee performance: a case of KTDA (H) Ltd.