The need for training of employees arises due to the following factors: (i) Higher Productivity: It is essential to increase productivity and reduce cost of production for meeting competition in the market. Effective training can help increase productivity of workers by imparting the required skills. (ii) Quality Improvement: The customers have bec...

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Training methods are categorized into two groups- On-the-job method. Off-the-job method.   On-the-job methods     Orientation training Job-instruction training Apprentice training Job rotation Coaching   Off-the-job method Lecture Television Case study Role playing Special study Conference  

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Training  and development may be understood as any attempt to improve current or future employee performance by increasing an employee’s ability to perform through learning, usually by changing the employee’s attitude or increasing his or her skills and knowledge. The need for training and development is determined by the employee’s performance def...

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Who are the Trainees : Trainees should be selected on the basis of nomination, recommendations of supervisors or by the HR department itself. Whatever is the basis, it is advisable to have two or more target audiences. For example, rank-and file employees and their superiors may effectively learn together about a new progress and their respective r...

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E - Learning refers to use of internet or an organizational intranet  to conduct training on-line. E-learning Is becoming increasingly popular because of the large number of employees, who need training. E - Learning has come a long way from its early days when it was used extensively for technical education such as learning new language and famili...

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A basic principle is that the performance of an individual depends on his or her ability backed by motivation . Stated algebraically the principle is performance = function (ability x motivation) Ability refers to skill and competency of the person to complete a given task. However ability alone is not enough. The person’s desire to accomplish th...

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The Motivation Framework indicates that motivation is a simple process. But in reality, the task is more daunting. One reason why motivation is a different is that workforce is changing. Employees join organizations with different needs and expectations. Their values, beliefs, backgrounds, lifestyles, perceptions and attitudes are different. Not ma...

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The need hierarchy of motivation, propounded by Abraham Harold Maslow is, undoubtedly the simplest and most widely discussed theory of motivation. The essence of the theory may be summarized thus Human beings have wants and desires which an influence their behavior. Only unsatisfied needs can influence behavior, unsatisfied need do not act as motiv...

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In This Post we have already learned about Maslow’s need Hierarchy Theory. Now in this post we will discuss about  the features of need hierarchy theory: 1. Human needs are wide in range and interrelated. 2. Needs are arranged in a hierarchy and the lower-level needs have to be at least partially satisfied before one moves on to the higher-level ne...

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This is very popular theory of Motivation is that proposed by psychologist Fredrick Herzberg. This model which is various termed the Two Factor theory, the dual factor theory, and the motivation-hygiene theory, has been widely accepted by managers concerned with the problem of human behavior at work. There are two distinct aspects of the motivation...

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