TITLE

NOVICE TO SPECIALIST - THROUGH TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

AUTHOR(S)
KALAMBI, MIHIR DILIP
PUB. DATE
May 2015
SOURCE
CLEAR International Journal of Research in Commerce & Managemen;May2015, Vol. 6 Issue 5, p89
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The purpose of this article is to focus on the training and development needs of an organization. Over the years the economy has become more volatile and competitive. In order to sustain this competition and produce timely customer oriented results organizations must be trained so that they are able to deliver effectively. The importance of an employee training and development program is growing for those organizations who are pursuing to receive an added advantage among the competitors. Factors of production such as land labour enterprise are all secondary, in comparison to the labour which is considered the esteemed resource for an organizations success or failure. In a bid to survive this cut throat completion and to enrich the labour /employee force, most of the companies today are engaging in large scale employee training programs. Organizations are willing to go one step ahead and finance large amount on the employee training and professional growth. By helping to establish employee investment, reciprocity identification, and limiting alternative employee options, effective training program can lead to a greater commitment and reduce the attrition rate. The training programs are supportive not only towards the organization but it also helps to increases the knowledge, expertise and abilities of an employee. The study therefore describes a vigilant assessment of literature on the fundamental concept of the importance of training and development programs to its organization as well as to its employees.
ACCESSION #
119728133

 

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