Relationship between training components, work environment and participants' characteristics on transfer of training skills and organizational commitment
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Over the years, organizations have been investing precious resources on training and development programmes. However, such investment does not being followed suit with examining how training interventions could effectively contribute in the achievement of organizational objectives. In order to yield desired level of performance and commitment from the employees, it is imperative for the organization to effectively plan, implement and evaluate their training activities. This study attempts to investigate the relationships between training components, work environment and participants’ characteristics on transfer of training skills and organizational commitment. The results from this study suggested that there is a positive relationship between organizational commitment and training components, work environment and participants’ characteristics. The findings of this study are significant as it elevates our understanding of human resource development (HRD) theory and practice on transfer of training skills and organizational commitment.
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