A study on effectiveness of training and development programs
The Indian banking industry is endlessly going through a process of transformation since the nineties, due to the introduction of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG), Information and Communication Technology (ICT). Therefore in order to sustain the economic and effective performance of Human Resource, it is important to optimize their contribution to the achievement of the aims and objectives of the organization through training and development. This paper main objective is to examine the level of performance in terms of imparting training. The second objective is to examine the effectiveness of training and development programs for employees in fulfillment of their duties. A present research paper is of descriptive type and based on primary data collected through a questionnaire filled by the bank employees. The data have been checked through statistical software to find the impact of training and development on employees’ performance. There are two variable Training and Development (Independent) and Employees’ performance (Dependant). The present paper explained that training and development are inevitable and unavoidable. Anyone can cope up with the existing challenges in the wake of severe competition with training and development only.
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