Human Capital Development Plans Implementation in Public Institutions: The Case of Ilala Municipal in Dar es salaam, Tanzania
This paper examines the existence of employees development programmes (plans) in public institutions. It also assesses the implementation of staff development plans. The study was conducted in four public institutions. Data was collected through structured questionnaires and interviews. The study revealed that very few employees advanced their education when at work and for the few who did it, was at their own cost, otherwise most of the employers had a low commitment in supporting their employees academically. It is suggested that public institutions should establish good human capital development plans which will be realistic and favor all public workers with fewer discriminations based on the section and area of specialization.