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Volume 5 Issue 6
Impact of Training and Development on Organizational Performance: A Mediating Role of Employee Performance
|Author(s)||NISSAR AHMAD PAUL, Dr Parvaiz Ahmad Shah|
|Abstract||The study aims to examine the impact of training and development on organizational performance, with a mediating role of employee performance. The importance of Human Resource Management (HRM) practices in achieving organizational success has gained recognition, as organizations realize that it is people who drive their performance. However, many companies have not fully embraced HRM practices, including training and development, due to affordability, fear, or a lack of understanding of their value and contribution. The primary objective of HRM is to ensure organizational success through a competitive, competent, and self-motivated workforce. Rigorous HRM practices, particularly training and development, play a vital role in achieving this objective. Extensive research has been conducted to establish the connection between HRM practices and organizational performance, and numerous studies have found positive relationships between them. This study will be investigating the impact of training and development on an organizational performance. Additionally, the study aims to examine the mediating role of employee performance between HRM practices and organizational perceived performance. The findings of this study will be contributing to the existing body of knowledge on HRM practices and their impact on organizational performance. It will provide insights into the significance of training and development in enhancing employee performance and subsequently driving organizational success. The study will also shed light on the mediating role of employee performance in the relationship between HRM practices and organizational perceived performance. By understanding the linkages between training and development, employee performance, and organizational performance, organizations can make informed decisions about the implementation and improvement of HRM practices. Ultimately, this study aims to highlight the importance of effective HRM practices, particularly training, and development, in achieving organizational success in today's competitive business environment.|
|Keywords||PERFORMANCE, EMPLOYEE SOFT HRM|
|Published In||Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023|
|Cite This||Impact of Training and Development on Organizational Performance: A Mediating Role of Employee Performance - NISSAR AHMAD PAUL, Dr Parvaiz Ahmad Shah - IJFMR Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2023.v05i06.8456|
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