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1Induction training is given adequate importance in your organisation. 2Induction training is well planned.
3Induction training is of sufficient duration.
4Induction training provides an excellent opportunity for newcomers to learn comprehensively about the organisation. 5The norms and values of the company are clearly explained to the new employees during induction. 6Senior management takes interest and spends time with the new staff during induction training. 7The new recruits find induction training very useful in your organisation. 8The induction training is periodically evaluated and improved. 9The employees are helped to acquire technical knowledge and skills through training 10There is adequate emphasis on developing managerial capabilities of the managerial staff through training. 11Human relations competencies are adequately developed in your organisation through training in human skills. 12Training of workers is given adequate importance in your organisation. 13Employees are sponsored for training programmes on the basis of carefully identified developmental needs. 14Those who are sponsored for the training programmes take the training seriously. 15Employees in the organisation participate in determining the training they need. 16Employees sponsored for training go with a clear understanding of the skills and knowledge they are expected to acquire from the training. 17The HR department conducts briefing and debriefing sessions for employees sponsored for training. 18In-company programmes are handled by competent faculty. 19The quality of in-company programmes in your organisation is excellent. 20Senior line managers are eager to help their juniors develop through training. 21Employees...