TRAINING AND JOB SATISFACTION

Karuna K., Dr. M. Prabhakar Reddy

Abstract


This present study shows a strong correlation between Training & Development and Job Satisfaction. Data collected from 200 teachers from various schools at Hyderabad, India is analyzed, and the results show that the faculties who undergo Training and Development Programs feel that they can enhance their functional areas and expertise. These upgraded skills can in turn benefit student achievement as well as teacher satisfaction. It also helps them in getting recognition from their colleagues and top management, as they get a chance to act as a resource person by sharing their knowledge and experience. It also opens the door for better career growth along with monetary benefits salary hike, promotion and incentives. The results are proving that Training and development leads to job Satisfaction among the teachers as well administrators.

Keywords


Training, satisfaction, rewards, resources

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