IJMH – Volume 3 Issue 2 Paper 2


Author’s Name : R. Kandavel |  V. Krishnapriya

Volume 03 Issue 02  Year 2016  ISSN No:  2349-7289  Page no: 3-9



In this strong-willed world, training plays a significant function in the proficient and demanding system of business. Training is the bravery that suffices the need of confident and smooth execution of work which facilitates in improving the quality of work-life of employees and organizational development too. Development is a progression that directs to qualitative moreover quantitative progresses in the organization, particularly at the managerial level, it is less measured with physical skills and is further apprehensive among knowledge, values, attitudes and behaviour in addition to precise skills. For this reason, development can be said as an incessant course of action whereas training has exact areas and objectives. Thus, every organization necessitates studying the role, importance and advantages of training and its positive impact on development of employees for the expansion of the organization. Quality of work-life is a progression in which the organization identifies their dependability for superiority of organizational performance too employees skills. Training involves beneficial development in such organizational objects for most advantageous augmentation of quality of work-life of the employees. These kinds of training and development programs facilitate in recuperating the employees behaviour and stance in the direction of the job and too fortify their self-esteem. Consequently, employee training and development programs are imperative features which are required to be studied and persistent on. This study consists of the research questions, a literature review about factors influencing quality of work-life, and discussion of the relationships between training and development, as highlighted by the literature review and quality of work-life as a conceptual framework. So, this paper focuses and analyses employees quality of work-life and its importance through training and development.


Human Resource Management, Training, Development and Quality of work-life


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