The Role of the Professional Training of the Human Resources in the Employee-Employer Durable Partnership
This study aims at identifying the effects of optimizing the process of professional training and at offering answers to two main questions that concern the business world: is the professional training a decisive factor in increasing the work productivity? Is it a crucial factor in reaching the strategic objectives of a company? In order to answer these questions as appropriate as possible, our study has the following specific objectives: testing the hypothesis “attending professional training programmes influences the decrease of staff fluctuation”; testing the hypothesis “attending professional training programmes contributes to the increase of the employee productivity” and, “investigating strategies of capitalization of the investments in professional training programmes within a Romanian organization”. Processing certain questionnaires led to some conclusions useful for supporting the managerial decisions regarding the carrying out of the professional training.
Volume (Year): X (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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