The Consequences of Perceived Usefulness of Training (PUT): The Self-Efficacy Perspective

  •  Jih-Hua Yang    
  •  Shih-Chieh Fang    
  •  Ching-Ying Huang    


This study aimed to exploring the consequences of perceived usefulness of training (PUT) and use self-efficacy perspective. Questionnaire was the tool of collecting data from a sample of (240) pharmacists. Our findings confirmed that there is a positive effect of PUT on task performance and context performance. As well as, there are full effect professional competency and core competency on the relationship between PUT and task performance and context performance. Finally, our study proposed some theoretical and managerial implications.

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