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Effectiveness of Learning & development Programs at XYZ Metals and Tubes Ltd


     

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People are the heart of the business. For a business to survive it needs Capital + Time + People. Sometimes the effective management and development of people is forgotten. As people are the heart of the business it is important to develop a learning and development culture in the workplace. Thus, the broad aim of this study is to check the effectiveness of learning and development program with specific reference to XYZ Metals and Tubes Ltd. A survey of 45 employees was conducted through a questionnaire. It was found that most of the employees considered the attitude of the employers towards Learning&Development programs as neutral. It was also found that educational background did not affect the enrichment of knowledge and skills from learning and development. Overall Learning&Development program was quite effective.

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Learning, Development Programs, Effectiveness
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People are the heart of the business. For a business to survive it needs Capital + Time + People. Sometimes the effective management and development of people is forgotten. As people are the heart of the business it is important to develop a learning and development culture in the workplace. Thus, the broad aim of this study is to check the effectiveness of learning and development program with specific reference to XYZ Metals and Tubes Ltd. A survey of 45 employees was conducted through a questionnaire. It was found that most of the employees considered the attitude of the employers towards Learning&Development programs as neutral. It was also found that educational background did not affect the enrichment of knowledge and skills from learning and development. Overall Learning&Development program was quite effective.

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Learning, Development Programs, Effectiveness

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