Impact Of E Learning On The Training Of Employees

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Impact of E-Learning on the Training of Employees Submitted By : Tamanna Assistant Professor Baddi University of Emerging Sciences & Technologies Baddi , H.P. Table of Contents 1 Abstract 2 Introduction 3 Literature Review 4 Objectives 5 Hypothesis 6 Limitations 7 Methods and Methodology 8 Refrences ABSTRACT Information technology (IT) has become an indispensable part of contemporary world while human resource management globally is equally being affected in a number of ways through its adoption and application. Developments in information and communication technology create the spread of education and economic opportunities. E-learning is one of them. For companies in the banking sector, web-based training is a new opportunity to create a harmonious labor force with new technology and to increase the efficiency of business productivity. E-learning with practice of these new technologies, offers bank employees individual learning, regardless of time and space. Nowadays, because e-learning provides opportunities for learning without interfering with the flow of work for the staff working at the appropriate time and space, an economic advantage is provided to both the bank as company and its employees. Therefore, spending on education decreases. However, the level of benefit that bank staff gains from educational opportunities changes on the basis of certain demographic characteristics. This situation is an important variable with regard to the effect
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