A Study on Training Factors and Its Impact on Training Effectiveness in Kedah State Development Corporation, Kedah, Malaysia

Vimala Sanjeevkumar, Hu Yanan

Abstract


Abstract

In Malaysia so many enterprise implement various training program to enhance their employees by working performance. But as overall view, the training environment still exist shortages in enterprise today, for instance, lack of knowledge of training, resources, trainer etc..Employee training has been a matter of concern and attention by many business fields nowadays. Organizations realize that employee training is an essential element to increase efficiency of job performance and keep their business running, as competition are getting more intense. Training is the process of providing employees with specific skills or helping them correct deficiencies in their performance (David, 2010).This study, combining theoretical and empirical research, trying to find factors that affect employee training and its impact in acting human resource practices thereby laying the theoretical foundation for the future research about survey on the employee training, also provide a good reference. Therefore, the problem addressed in this study is examine the factors affect training (types of training, training environment, work environment and employees’ personal characteristics) and training effectiveness on human resource practices in Kedah State Development Corporation (KSDC) which is the parent company under BDB Company. This research also determine the main factors which influence employee training on human resource practices. Management is committed to human resource development as well as its social responsibilities through various programs. Training and development programs are offered by the KSDC Company that training program also adapted to the latest technological advances.

Key words: Job performance, Skills, Technological advances, Training, Work environment


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v1i2.1130

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