A LITERATURE REVIEW ON TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT AND QUALITY OF WORK LIFE

  • Ms. Pallavi P. Kulkarni Assistant Professor, M.E.S. Night College, Aabasaheb Garware Campus, Affiliated to University of Pune, Pune, India

In this competitive world, training plays an important role in the competent and challenging format of business. Training is the nerve that suffices the need of fluent and smooth functioning of work which helps in enhancing the quality of work life of employees and organizational development too. Development is a process that leads to qualitative as well as quantitative advancements in the organization, especially at the managerial level, it is less considered with physical skills and is more concerned with knowledge, values, attitudes and behaviour in addition to specific skills. Hence, development can be said as a continuous process whereas training has specific areas and objectives. So, every organization needs to study the role, importance and advantages of training and its positive impact on development for the growth of the organization. Quality of work life is a process in which the organization recognizes their responsibility for excellence of organizational performance as well as employee skills. Training implies constructive development in such organizational motives for optimum enhancement of quality of work life of the employees. These types of training and development programs help in improving the employee behaviour and attitude towards the job and also uplift their morale. Thus, employee training and development programs are important aspects which are needed to be studied and focused on. This paper focuses and analyses the literature findings on importance of training and development and its relation with the employees’ quality of work life.

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a literature review on training and development and quality of work life

A literature review on training and development and quality of work life

The authors suggest that training and development is a process leading to qualitative as well as quantitative advancements in an organization, especially at the managerial level. It is stated that training has specific areas and objectives whilst development is a continuous process less concerned with physical skills than with knowledge, values, attitudes and behavior. The authors discuss the process in which an organization recognizes their responsibility for optimal organizational performance and development of organizational motives for optimum quality of employee working life. ...  Show more

The authors suggest that training and development is a process leading to qualitative as well as quantitative advancements in an organization, especially at the managerial level. It is stated that training has specific areas and objectives whilst development is a continuous process less concerned with physical skills than with knowledge, values, attitudes and behavior. The authors discuss the process in which an organization recognizes their responsibility for optimal organizational performance and development of organizational motives for optimum quality of employee working life.

This paper focuses and analyses the literature findings on importance of training and development and its relation with the employees' quality of work life.

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Authors: Kulkarni, Pallavi P.

Published: Nashik, India, Researchers World, 2013

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Journal title: Journal of arts science and commerce

Journal volume: 4

Journal number: 2

Journal date: 2013

Pages: pp. 136-143

ISSN: 2231-4172; 2229-4686 (online)

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