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Volume : III, Issue : XI, December - 2013

Training And Development- Effect Of Demographic & Situational F actors

Khushboo Malhotra And Bhawana Sharma

DOI : 10.9780/22307850, Published By : Laxmi Book Publication

Abstract :

Training and development is the field which is concerned with organizational activity aimed at bettering the performance of individuals and groups inor ganizational settings. It has been known by several names, including human resource development, and learning and development. In the current scenario, ther e are major for ces within the banking industry requiring organisations to seek new &innovative methods to deliver services more efficiently . This has huge implications for overall employee development and human resource planning. Bartlett (2007) argues that HRD issues associated with these changes are often overlooked. Furthermore, although ensuring that learning is transferr ed and utilised in the workplace remains of critical importance for HRD researchers and practitioners (Burke & Hutchins, 2008), Clarke (2007 and 2002) states that very little empirical research on training transfer has been conducted in human service organisations.

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Khushboo Malhotra And Bhawana Sharma, (2013). Training And Development- Effect Of Demographic & Situational F actors. Indian Streams Research Journal, Vol. III, Issue. XI, DOI : 10.9780/22307850,

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