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Cocuľová Jana (University of Prešov, Slovakia)
Analytical View of the Relation Between Training & Development and Organizational Performance
Humanum. Międzynarodowe Studia Społeczno-Humanistyczne, 2013, nr 11 (2), s. 13-24, rys., bibliogr. 12 poz.
Humanum. International Social and Humanities Studies
Zarządzanie zasobami ludzkimi, Zasoby ludzkie, Szkolenie pracowników, Rozwój przedsiębiorstwa
Human Resources Management (HRM), Human resources, Manpower training, Enterprise development
Republika Słowacka
Slovak Republic
At present, human resources are considered the most valuable corporate resource, which help to achieve corporate objectives. Many employers are aware that only an employee who has the necessary skills and knowledge is a real asset to the company. This leads organizations to implement training & development activities for their staff. The paper deals with training & development as one of the important HRM activities that may affect the performance of the organization. It introduces the results of research conducted in Slovakia, aimed to verify the statistical relationship between training & development and organizational performance, as expressed by financial situation and labor productivity.(original abstract)
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