How Does Training and Development Improve Employee Job Satisfaction, Increase Morale and Increase Retention?

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Statement of the problem Individual and/or organizational performance and training Motivational training in an organization can be introduced across three stages in company i.e. administration of the environment of industry, the organizational level and the individual level, where training will be focused on the performance of the companies as well as the individuals. Porter (1980) asserts that each level is separate in its own application. He highlights key points and identifies the role of general managers in managing motivational training at each respective level and its correlation. At the top most level, the environment in which the industry is operating is in focus. The industry's environment is a host to a company's list of potential competitors and other vital factors affecting an organization that may be externally induced. These factors play an important role in affecting the speed or velocity with which training is brought in an organization. This has great repercussions for general managers who are to manage the timings of introducing training strategies into an organization at both the administrative and individual levels. Sometimes, the external environment is favorable for experimenting new things and bringing training first and sometimes the industry only welcomes training strategies that have been tried and adopted by others (Porter, 1980). Hence there seems to be an independent yet interrelated relation that exists between individual and/or
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