The Effect of Training and Development on Employees Performance

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PROPOSAL
THE EFFECT OF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN ZTBL

SUBMITTED TO: DR. WSEEF JAMAL

SUBMITTED BY: Mehboob ali

mpa(Hrm)

IM|SCIENCES, HAYATABAD, PESHAWAR

INTRODUCTION.

Zarai Taraqiati Bank Limited (ZTBL) formerly Agricultural Development Bank of Pakistan (ADBP) is the premier financial institution geared towards the development of agriculture sector through provision of financial services and technical know how. The restructuring of former ADBP is being carried out with the aim to uplift the agriculture and rural sector by raising farm productivity, streamlining the institutional credit and increasing income generating capacity of the farming
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Oribabor (2000) says that the aim of training and development to develop competencies such as technical , conceptual and managerial advantages for the furtherance of individual and organizational growth, also Isyakn (2000) identified that this process “TRAINING and DEVELOPMENT” is a continues one. Among other school that has highlighted the significance of Training and Development are Akintayo (1996), Graig (1976) and Oguntimehin (2001). They have postulated the functions as follows :-

Increases productivity improves skills and knowledge, improve the quality of work, enhance the use of tools and machines, reduces absenteeism, turn over, reduces waste, accidence and other over head costs, expel out dated skills, method, technologies and capital management etc.

Misko (2008) identified that where learning become integrated into work place practices, firms are more likely to be innovative, extend learning and reward employees.

Pfeffer (1994) notice that Human Resource have been vital for firms sustained pe

Pheesey (1971:130) stressed that training is a systematic process of altering the behavior and

the attitudes of employees in a direction to increase the achievement of organizational goals.

According to Beardwell and Holden (1993) Human Resource Management concepts such as

commitment to the firm and the growth