Assessing Training Needs and Evaluation of Employee Development ProgrammesAuthor : S. V. Sreedevi and K. Tamizhjyothi
Volume 6 No.2 July-December 2017 pp 81-83
Assessing the training needs and evaluation of employee development programs has been made to know the needs for training and management development programme for the employees in the organizations. The problem or work taken up is to find some measures and suggestions for improving the training and management development programmes in the organization. The training needs of the executives of links Industries Limited, Chennai has been taken as the main problem. Primary and secondary data has collected for the study from various sources. Primary data are collected through questionnaire and personal interview. Secondary data are collected from earlier studies, company profile, annual report and from the company websites. The samples were collected through questionnaire with open ended, multiple choice questions and ranking questions. The tools used for analyzing the data were percentage analysis and graphs. The major findings are training is essential to improve the employees performance, training is essential during promotion, computer training should be of working knowledge level, employees prefer internet based training programme. Majority of the respondents agrees that training programmes improves quality of working life and morale. Skills acquired by the employees helps them to solve problems and take better decisions. The research is concluded that the management should consider the above findings and arrange training and management development programmes to every employees periodically. Training must be given to all employees to update their knowledge and skills.
Employee Development, Training, Evaluation, Assessment