Impact of training and development programmers on employee self-confidence, motivation, satisfaction and productivity-Empirical study in Peenya Industrial area, Bangalore
Workers working in small factory outlets too need training. Majority factories do not impart separate training to their workers. However some factories do conduct training programmes to their workers. The trained workers fare better than those untrained workers. For this study workers from different factories are selected randomly and direct interview was held and their responses are recorded in separate interview schedule supplied to each worker in advance. The opinions of majority workers, who undergone training development programmes, have positive opinion towards the impact of training and development programems of the factory where they are working. The study result shows that the self-confidence, motivation, satisfaction and productivity of the workers has improved significantly after getting training. So it is advisable for all factory managements to conduct training or send their workers outside for training.