Significance of Training and Post Training Evaluation for Employee Effectiveness: An Empirical Study on Sainsbury’s Supermarket Ltd, UK

Mohammed Rejaul Karim, Kazi Nazmul Huda, Rehnuma Sultana Khan

Abstract


Knowledge, Skills and attitudes are the most essential ingredient for efficient conduct of business through the
human resources of an organization. But the impact of these valuable ingredients is often reduced by lack of
effective training program. The research paper tries to highlight the necessity of effective training and after
training evaluation in designing and implementing training programs for the employees in the retail sector
specifically for Sainsbury’s supermarket Ltd, UK. The main purpose of this study is to find the answer of how
training refers to the acquisitions of knowledge, skill and attitudes. The paper also facilitates the organization to
better understand the necessity of post training evaluation leading to effective employee engagement in
designing improved training programs to seize the present and future training opportunities.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v7n18p141

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