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Title

Author

Journal

Year
of
Public
ation

1.

Employee
Training.

1. Susan Switzer
2. Larry Thomas
3. Richard
Featheringham

Issues in
Informatio
n Systems
Volume
VII, No. 2,
2006

2006

Objective

Hypothesis

Variable

To collect
information
regarding the
methods used by
employers to train
new employees
(those with the
company a year or
less) and to determine
any trends and
patterns in training
topics.

Employee
Training &
Productivity

2.

Employee
Training and
Development
and the
Learning
Organization

3.

Jelena Vemi

Economics
and
Organizati
on Vol. 4,
No 2, 2007

2007

Knowledge
management,
Learning
organization,
Education,
Development
&
Knowledge
workers

Organizations which
realize that learning,
training &
development of
employees and new
knowledge are
becoming the key of
success.
To achieve its
objectives for the
employee and
the organization and

Employees

Statistical
Tools

i. Questionnaire

Employee
Training:
Getting Your
Moneys
worth.

Ira G. Asherman
Regulatory
Affairs
Profession
als Society
(RAPS).

2010

to deliver full value


for the
investment, the
reinforcement of
training should
continue after the
training room door
closes To achieve its
objectives for the
employee and
the organization and
to deliver full value
for the
investment, the
reinforcement of
training should
continue after the
training room door
closes

4.

Role of
Training in
Determining
the Employee
Corporate
Behavior with
Respect to
Organizationa
l Productivity:
Developing
and Proposing
a Conceptual
Model

Mohsin Nadeem

Internation
al Journal
of Business
and
Manageme
nt Vol. 5,
No. 12;
December
2010

2010

A model which
focuses on the impact
of effectual corporate
behavior on
organizational
productivity

usually go to
training with
the best
of intentions,
hoping to learn
some new
skills
they can apply
on the job

H1=There is a
positive impact
of training on
employee
motivation,
employee
commitment and
employee
motivation.
H2=There is a
positive impact
of training on
overall
organizational
productivity.
H3=There is a
negative impact
of unobserved
heterogeneity

Employee
Training

Employee
commitment,
Employee
motivation,
Job
satisfaction
Organizational
productivity
Unobserved
Heterogeneity

and potential
endogeneity on
training
effectiveness.
5.

Employee
Attitudes and
Job
Satisfaction.

Lise M. Saari and


Timothy A. Judge

Human
Resource
Manageme
nt, Winter
2004, Vol.
43, No. 4,
2004 Wiley
Periodical
s, Inc.

2004

To identifies three
major gaps between
HR practice and the
scientific research in
the area of employee
attitudes in general
and the most focal
employee attitude in
particularjob
satisfaction:
(1) The causes of
employee attitudes,
(2) The results of
positive or negative
job satisfaction,
and
(3) How to measure
and influence
employee attitudes.

H1
To study of the
relationship
between Job
satisfaction
and Job
performance Job Satisfaction
Job
H2
Happy
Performance
Employee
employees are
Attitude
productive
employees.
H3
The
relationship
between job
satisfaction
and life
satisfaction

6.

Human
Resource
Practices and
their Impact
on Employee
Productivity:
A Perceptual
Analysis of
Private,

Shikha N. Khera

DSM
Business
Review v
Vol. 2, No.
1 (June,

June,
2010

H1=
1. To examine and
To investigate
compare the
the relationship
human resource
between the
practices followed
human
by three
resource
commercial banks
practices and

Manpower
planning,
Recruitment &
selection,
motivation
Performance
management,
Reward
system
Training &
development,

i.
ii.

i.
ii.
iii.
iv.

Employee
Survey
Correlatio
n

Correlation
Regression
Multiple
Regression
Standard

Public and
Foreign Bank
Employees in
India

7.

8.

2010)

2. To find key
human resource
practices
contributing to
employee
productivity in
these banks.

The Impact of
1. Lorraine
Training on
Dearden
Productivity
2. Howard Reed
and Wages:
3. John Van
Evidence
Reenen
from British
panel data
Productivity
Gains from
the
Implementati
on of
Employee
Training
Programs.

in India.

The
Institute
For Fiscal
Studies

employee
productivity
in the Indian
context

To examines the
effects of workrelated training on
direct
measures of
productivity

Deviation

Career
planning,
Creativity &
innovation
Team building,
Grievance
redressed
Quality of
Work Life
(QWL),
Employee
participation

Training,
Productivity, &
Wages

i.
ii.

Regression
Co-efficient
Equation

H1= The

Ann P. Bartel

Working
Paper No.
3893

1991

The positive impact


of employee training
implementation on
productivity

relationship
between
employee
training and
labor
productivity.

Labor
Productivity &
Employee
Training

i.
Correlation
ii.
Regression
iii.
T-Value