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Training and Its Impact on the Performance of Operational Level Employees in Selected Apparel Companies

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D. H. W. Rasangi,

Roots Global (Pvt) Ltd, LK
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HR Executive
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G. S. Malalage

University of Kelaniya, LK
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Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies
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Abstract

Training is a vital function in an ever-changing and fast-moving corporate world. The need for managers to have a high-performing workforce through proper placement of the training and development process to survive new business challenges is curtailed. The general research objective of this study is to investigate the impact of training on employee performance in selected apparel companies in Sri Lanka. Specific research objectives of the study are to investigate the impact of training need analysis on employee performance, to investigate the impact of training design on employee performance, to investigate the impact of training implementation on employee performance, and finally to investigate the impact of training evaluation on employee performance in selected apparel companies in Sri Lanka. The study population was 600 operational employees from three selected apparel companies in the Panadura area. The sample size was 200 operational level employees considered 1/3 of the population in selected apparel companies located in the Panadura area. A paper-based structured questionnaire was administered to collect data Based on the regression analysis, training design, training implementation, and training evaluation in the workplace have shown significant association with employee performance. The study proved a positive relationship between independent variables and employee performance.
How to Cite: Rasangi, D.H.W. and Malalage, G.S., 2021. Training and Its Impact on the Performance of Operational Level Employees in Selected Apparel Companies. Kelaniya Journal of Human Resource Management, 16(2), pp.56–81. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/kjhrm.v16i2.94
Published on 30 Dec 2021.
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