The impact of employee training and development on productivity: A case study of Tesco Plc., UK

Harvard, 2500 Words

1       Introduction

1.1       Rationale of this Study:

1.2       Research Aim:

1.3       Research Objectives:

1.4       Research Question:

1.5       Research Hypothesis:

2       Literature Review:

2.1       Training and development:

2.2       Training at Tesco:

2.3       Training program and career development:

2.4       HR practice for employee training:

2.5       Trained employee and increased productivity:

2.6       Conceptual Framework:

3       Research Methodology:

3.1       Type of Investigation:

3.2       Data Collection Method:

3.3       Sampling Method

3.4       Accessibility Issues:

3.5       Ethical Issues

3.6       Anticipated Findings:

3.7       Timetable

4       Conclusions

5       Reference:


1        Introduction

Employee training refers to programs which provide workers with various information, and professional expansion opportunities. It can move in a diversity of forms, including strategy inside knowledge, expertise sets, and attitudes. They also believe that training is an extremely   important part of Human resource practice (Colarell and Montei, 2006). The 21st Century workplace is a fast-paced environment with methods, information, and opportunities appearing and disappearing at the pace of the internet (Joyce, 2008). If training is provided in proper manner, it can result in higher productivity (Kaufman and Hotchkiss, 2008). More specifically, productivity is the measure of how specified resources are managed to accomplish timely objectives as stated in terms of quantity and quality (Dessler and Turner 2003).