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IMPACT OF ONJOB TRAINING AND ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF DINESH FOODS CO OPERATIVE SOCIETY LTD., KANNUR, KERALA, INDIA

    2 Author(s):  DEEPU.S, ASWATHY.P.K.

Vol -  10, Issue- 8 ,         Page(s) : 22 - 34  (2019 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMST

Abstract

The employees are considered as a highly mobile and dynamic factor for any organization and the performance of the employees are affected by their state of mind. Training and development has great impact on the employees which help them to improve their attitude, knowledge and skills which in turn boost their morale and consequently the productivity. The present work could analyzed the effectiveness of training and development programme of the organization, Dinesh foods, Kannur and could assess that the organization followed an effective training programme to its employees which helped them to perform their tasks efficiently. More than 80% of the employees were found satisfied with the existing on job training programme of the company. According to them, training and development programmes helped them to reduce the absenteeism by increasing job satisfaction, morale and performance level. It was also suggested that training helped them to improve the personality development of employees to some extent. The Spearman’s rank correlation analysis established that there was strong positive correlation between effectiveness of trainers of the present training programmes and the personality development of the employees of the organization Similarly, strong positive correlation was established between satisfaction level of employees with existing training programme and improvements in productivity and efficiency of the company. The Chi square analysis revealed that there existed no significant association between gender of the employees and satisfaction level of training programme. Based on the study , some strategic measures were also suggested for the further development of the organization.

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