Case study mrchristo immanuvel worked in a company

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Case Study Mr.Christo Immanuvel worked in a company that belonged to the knowledge industry. He had a brilliant educational record and used to receive pay hikes more frequently than others in the company. In addition to his qualification, he possessed some positive personality traits to his credit. He used to always engage in developmental work and successfully completed them. The company recognized the brilliant work done by him that brought substantial profits and raised its image. One fine morning, he submitted his resignation. On receiving his resignation, the management seemed puzzled and requested Mr.Christo Immanuvel to withdraw his resignation. In fact, the company even promised him a promotion and offered a further hike in salary. However, Mr. Singh refused, and ultimately left the company. 13.12 KEYWORDS Human Resource Development, Education, Skill Development, Executive Development Programme, Training, Learning, Development through career.
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121 LESSON 14 TRAINING 14.1 INTRODUCTION Training constitutes a basic concept in human resource development. It is concerned with developing a particular skill to a desired standard by instruction and practice. Training is a highly useful tool that can bring an employee into a position where they can do their job correctly, effectively, and conscientiously. Training is the act of increasing the knowledge and skill of an employee for doing a particular job. 14.2 OBJECTIVES After reading this lesson you should be able to understand Need and Importance of training Objectives of training Types of training Inputs to training Training Needs Assessment Organization of Training Programmes Steps in training Programme Techniques of Training and Development On the job training methods Off the job training methods Evaluation of Training Programme 14.3 CONTENTS 14.3.1 Definition of Training 14.3.2 Need for Training 14.3.3 Objectives of Training 14.3.4 Types of Training 14.3.5 Steps to Organizing Effective Training Programs 14.3.1 Definition of Training Dale S. Beach defines training as ‘the organized procedure by which people learn knowledge and/or skill for a definite purpose’. Training refers to the teaching and learning activities carried on for the primary purpose of helping members of an organization acquire and apply the knowledge, skills, abilities, and attitudes needed by a particular job and organization. According to Edwin Flippo , ‘training is the act of increasing the skills of an employee for doing a particular job’. 14.3.2 Need for Training Every organization should provide training to all the employees irrespective of their qualifications and skills. Specifically the need for training arises because of following reasons:
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122 1. Environmental changes Mechanization, computerization, and automation have resulted in many changes that require trained staff possessing enough skills. The organization should train the employees to enrich them with the latest technology and knowledge.
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