Importance of Employee Training in the Process of Human Resource Management - Selected Aspects
Purpose: The main purpose of the article was to examine the impact of the employee trainings on the motivation among the employees of the selected organization. Design/methodology/approach: The theoretical part of the article was prepared with the use of literature analysis. The practical part of the article relating to the research was carried out with the use of questionnaires. Findings: The research was intended to provide an answer whether the employees take part in various courses or not, what kinds of employee trainings are the most popular among the participants and how do they affect their level of motivation. Finally, the research intended to measure the impact of other motivational systems on the participants, as well as to obtain the data related to the most successful systems of incentives in the enterprise. Research limitations/implications: The research was conducted in the selected organization and among a limited number of participants. For further research, similar organization could be selected in order to compare results and extend conclusions concerning practical and social implications. Practical implications: According to the results, the employee trainings have a big impact on people's motivation and, in most cases, they influence the motivation positively. It is important for an organization to have at its disposal competent personnel, that is not only well-trained, but also highly motivated. Social implications: In order to affect the personnel effectively, managers should be aware of the factors that influence the behavior of employees in an organization. However, the complexity of motivational issues leads to different problems in the practical realization of motivational theories. Nevertheless, the researchers share the opinion of the importance of motivation in the effective human resource management. Originality/value: An organization cannot realize its strategies and objectives without the employees. They play a decisive role, because almost everything that occur in an enterprise depends on the people working within it. Therefore, it is important for an organization to have at its disposal competent personnel, that is not only well-trained, but also highly motivated. The article presents standard ways of motivation, but in conditions of a selected organization - English language school, a type of organization which is examined very rarely, what constitutes its new value. (original abstract)
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