TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT AND JOB SATISFACTION – A CORRELATION STUDY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE BANK EMPLOYEES IN KERALA

. Nitha Unnikrishnan C,Dr. Geo Paul

Abstract


Today a wind of change is blowing across every industry and the managers of the day should recognize this in the area of employee learning landscape. Organizations are facing a tough challenge to survive in this scenario. Training and development is an important and dynamic function to be handled by human resource department of an organization. Training provided to employees is an investment with an intention to earn better returns in future. It is the responsibility of the management of an organization to identify that human resource is their biggest asset. To ensure that the work force is getting all the requisite tools for developing their skill sets at most care should be taken by the management. This is the best way to enhance the motivation and productivity of employees which directly contributes to the job satisfaction of employees.


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Human resource department, job satisfaction, training and development

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