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Employee Skill Matrix Approach in Automobile Industry with Special Reference to Krishnagiri District, Tamilnadu, India
This research paper examines the applicability of Employee Skill Matrix in the Automobile Industry of Krishnagiri District on the basis of primary data collected from 100 employees of different levels. Method of hypothesis test has been administered to measure the applicability of Employee Skill Matrix. This paper finds that according to the employees, Skill Matrix denotes the Competitive position of the company; they believe that their company's training policy is leveraged towards its skill requirements. This study helps the company to identify the present employees' skill level and their skill improvement for the growth of organization. Skill Matrix has been defined and identified covering all staff level positions. Suggestions have been proposed in line with company's requirements and capabilities and to identify the perfect and highly skilled employees for the organization. The employee skills matrix, though simple, is an effective tool to assess the training needs of the organization. This is also a good guide as to the suitability of individuals for additional tasks, promotion, group participation, suitability for a newly created position.
Skill Matrix, Training, Performance Review.
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