Impact of Training and Feedback on Employee Performance
Mubashar Farooq () and
Dr. Muhamamd Aslam Khan ()
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Mubashar Farooq: MS Scholar, Iqra University Islamabad
Dr. Muhamamd Aslam Khan: Associate Professor, Faculty of Business Administration, Preston University Islamabad, Pakistan
Far East Journal of Psychology and Business, 2011, vol. 5 No 1 Paper 2 October, issue 2, 23-33
The purpose of this study is to elaborate the impact of Training and Feedback on increasing the performance of employees. The review of the literature conducted explains and highlights the role of effective training and feedback in improving the quality of task process which ultimately results in the improvement of performance of employees. An empirical study was conducted and data was collected through questionnaires to find the results. Findings of this study suggest arranging and adopting more effective training programs and techniques in order to give the progressive shape to the results achieved through this study. Limitations of this conceptual study are that it covers a few aspects of training and feedback. Further implications of the study should highlight some other factors which can strengthen the result. Training and feedback can increase the performance level of all sorts of the organizations, and by wide spreading the implications of these and other more advanced factors of training, quality of the process of teams can be improved which will result in giving a better shape to the performance of the employees.
Keywords: Training; Feedback; Employees performance (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: M1 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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