The Influence of Training and Development on Employee Performance: A Study on Garments Sector, Dhaka Bangladesh

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Most. Monowara Begum Mamy
Rubaiyat Shabbir
Md. Zahid Hasan

Abstract

An organization’s have various resources such as; human and non- human resources. Employees are human resources. They are also life blood of an organization as like as capital. They plays an important role by performing different activities within and outside the organization. So every organizations should give more attention to the improvement of employees for achieving more effective outcome from them. Also make them efficient to survive in the competitive business world. Many researchers have conducted research activities in the field of Human Research Management, the same cannot be said on employee training and development especially as it concerns developing countries like Bangladesh. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of skill development training on employee performance, using the garments industry in Bangladesh. For understanding the aim of this study, three goals were developed and these focused particularly on investigating the meaning and importance of training, examining the methods are used to develop employee’s skills and finally evaluating the influence of skill development training on employee performance. This conceptual paper also aimed at studying the influence of skill development training on employee performance and to provide suggestion as to how firm can improve its employee performance through effective training programs. The study was based on some garments industry operating in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The qualitative and quantitative both approaches of the data collection were adopted using a questionnaire comprising of some structured questions distributed to 170 respondents between two garments industries; Masco Industries Limited (Composite knit garments) and Walmart Garments, Narayangonj. Based on this sample the results obtained indicate that training have a clear effect on the performance of employees. The results of this study can be useful to Human resource managers, Human resource policy decision makers, as well as government and academic institutions. This research found that strong relationship exists between employee training and development with employees’ performance. The results reveal that the more the employee gets training, the more efficient their level of performance would be.

Keywords:
Human resources, non- human resources, training, development, employee performance.

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How to Cite
Mamy, M. M. B., Shabbir, R., & Hasan, M. Z. (2020). The Influence of Training and Development on Employee Performance: A Study on Garments Sector, Dhaka Bangladesh. Journal of Economics, Management and Trade, 26(5), 44-58. https://doi.org/10.9734/jemt/2020/v26i530255
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