The controllable and uncontrollable variables that constitute the problem 1. Controllable variables
training budget, needs, effectiveness, outcome, profitability, communication, quality, safety, communication, quality , motivation, commitment, self- efficiency, discipline. 2. Uncontrollable variables
Competition, technology, absenteeism, employee turnover, wastages and accidents damages, grievances, employee attitude or behavior, job satisfaction. Problem Specification:
* A motivated person is more efficient & qualitative than others. And the better your staff perform, the better it is for your business. * employees can respond and adapt to the changing technology well. * Trained employees enable the organization to face competition from rival firms. * Trained employees adjust to the job better and there are fewer rates of absenteeism and turnover. * Trained employees minimize wastages of resources in the organization and work both efficiently and effectively. * Training can be used to create positive attitudes through clarifying the behaviours and attitudes that are expected from the employee. * By communicating and motivating the employee to work efficiently can minimize the grievances . * There can be reduction in emergency cases like accidents by giving the right information and having the proper safety measures * For...