Employee Training and Its Effect on Employees’ Job Motivation and Commitment: Developing and Proposing a Conceptual Model

  title={Employee Training and Its Effect on Employees’ Job Motivation and Commitment: Developing and Proposing a Conceptual Model},
  author={Sadaf Zahra and Amna Iram and Hummayoun Naeem},
  journal={IOSR Journal of Business and Management},
In this competitive and rapidly changing era, most of the business organizations are highly concerned to provide their employees with training throughout their careers so that they will remain enough motivated and focused to their work. But the success of any training program depends on effective construction of its pre-defined schedule or model. The training model must be constructed on the basis of particular training needs and consisted of all relevant and important steps which are to be… 

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