International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 3, Part F (2016)
Human resource development through training and development: A case study of HAL Lko
It truly believes that a "Learning Organization" is essential for survival in the current era of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization. Therefore, "Knowledge" is the only core competence of Organizations for coping with changes. Since individual knowledge is the starting point for organizational knowledge, it is only the employees who can convert knowledge into efficient actions. Organizations should focus on developing the competence and motivation of managers to manage learning and development. This paper aims to explore the methods used for training and development of employees at HAL, lko. Further it tries to find out the employees perception regarding the training and development program in the organization. Research methodology used in this paper is descriptive and exploratory in nature which comprises of extensive literature review and analysis of dully filled questionnaire. Through an analysis of pertinent literature and research, this paper will seek to better understand and clarify the impact that training has on employee satisfaction level. The findings shows that majority of employees are satisfied with the training programme provided to them.
How to cite this article:
Raji, Dr. MS Khan. Human resource development through training and development: A case study of HAL Lko. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(3):353-359.