The impact of training on career progression in banks : a case study on Dhaka Bank Limited
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Competent employees do not remain competent forever. Also employees require training with change in scenario. Human Resource Division of any organization has been imparting an important role for the proper outcome of employee potentials. All these are treated as resources with capabilities. These resources require well training for the proper development of their career. Dhaka Bank Limited is not an exception to the dynamic world of business where they stand with a mission of “Excellence in Banking”. One of the premier financial institutes of the country targets to show the excellence by motivated and well trained workforce with a comprehensive career. The result of their goals depends on a well-trained and motivate workforce. This workforce requires training not only for the enhancement of their organization but also to flourish their career. As a result training has been treated one of the important pillars of “Human Resource Division”. The “Career Development Unit” of DBL focuses to this pillars to bring out the best from the employees by managing various training programs. All these programs in the end result in excellence of service and a sound career of employees as well. A career oriented workforce with proper career counseling motivated as their career is on the runway of development. But what type of training program is for which type of employee is crucial point to take into consideration. The entire training objective will help to show the importance and needs of training, where the fulfillment of needs through different methods and programs can work for career development. As a result it brings merger among training needs, identification of training and career development. So training keeps the organization updated and keeps the employee motivated. The reason is a well-trained employee is confident with his career and his ability to perform. Dhaka Bank Limited with their training strategies portrays the need of training in career development in banks.