The relationship between training and job satisfaction on job performance: a narrative review
AuthorHasan, SM. Masud
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Education is an important on-going human asset investment to help workers develop skills and gain expertise to achieve organizational objectives. Three main needs evaluation, curriculum design and training assessment activities need to be well prepared to make trainees happy with the training in order to improve training performance. Research has shown that in a training program, well-designed and planned training activities can result in training, job satisfaction and job efficiency, which then affect the work-related attitudes of workers, such as job satisfaction. This will also impact their turnover intentions and work efficiency will also be improved. Thus, the fundamental concepts of preparation, job satisfaction, and work success will be incorporated in this chapter. Key considerations and models will be presented for the creation of effective training programs. Relationships between education, work satisfaction and job success it’s going to be elaborated. The intent of this chapter clarifies the value of training and work satisfaction, which should always be taken into account by human resources professionals when developing and delivering a training program.