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Title: Employee Training and Development Practice in Selected Ethiopian Leather Footwear Factories (Evidence from Selected Shoe Factories)
Authors: Alebel, Woretaw
Advisors: Ato Teshome Bekele
Keywords: Training and development
Copyright: Jun-2012
Date Added: 21-Nov-2012
Publisher: AAU
Abstract: To survive and grow organizations must be constantly kept up to date through effective training and development programs. Employee training and development is especially important in industries with rapidly changing technology such as shoe industries. Having this in mind, the study has been conducted in Ethiopia shoe factories (ASSC and TASSC) to assess employee training and development practices. The methodologies used to undertake the study were both primary and secondary data collection. Besides to this, the number of participants for this study was 336 employees. The finding of the study revealed that the shoe factories weakness in training and development practice such as with respect to periodic and clear need assessment, selection criteria, training and development methods, training period’s adequacy and training evaluation. However, training and development was as such good in relation to trainer’s capabilities, stating in training and development objectives. Thus, the factories should keep up with their strengths and should alleviate their weaknesses by applying clear and scientific principles regarding human resource training and development
Description: A Thesis submitted To The Department of Business Administration
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3854
Appears in:Thesis - Business Adminstration

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