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84 The results also shows that participants believed that tuition reimbursement benefits had provided opportunity for them to advance their career, that career development strategies have improved their career in assorted ways and that the career growth strategies that are implemented at their place of employment have made them more ambitious. Providing employees with opportunity to be involved in career development plan provide them with a sense of not only belonging to the organization but increases their commitment to the organization as well. Silzer and Church (2009) noted that management of organizations has shown increased interest in identifying employees with potentials and good work performance. Stallions, Murrill, and Earp (2012) mentioned that employees face many challenges and obstacles in their work environments that sometimes discourage them from advancing their careers. Career development journey is not simply management responsibilities, but collaboration with employees and other professionals within the organization (Pelczarski, 2012). Croteau and Wolk (2010) stated that promising career paths help employees feel challenged and valued and at the same time, motivates them to add depth to the different talents within the organization. References Bailey, L. F. (2014). The origin and success of qualitative research. International Journal of Market Research , 56 (2), 167-184 Bandura, A., (1986). Social foundations of thought and action : A social cognitive theory. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. Bansal, P., & Corley, K. (2012). Publishing in AMJ -Part 7: What's different about qualitative research? Academy of Management Journal . pp. 509-513. Bibace, R. J. (2009). What is in a name? Understanding the implications of participant terminology. Integrative Psychological & Behavioral Science , 43 (1), 67-77. Brown, D. (Ed.). (2002). Career choice and development . John Wiley & Sons. Brundage, H., & Koziel, M. (2010). Retaining top talent still a requirement for firms. Journal of Accountancy , 209 (5), 38. Bulpitt, H., & Martin, P. J. (2010). Who am I and what am I doing? Becoming a qualitative research interviewer. Nurse Researcher , 17 (3), 7-16.
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