Balaram Bora1 Saibabu Neyyila2 Koppala Venugopal3


This empirical analysis examines the influence of training programs on career development and employee performance in the context of organizational settings. The study aims to assess the effectiveness of training initiatives in facilitating employee growth and enhancing their overall performance within the organization.The research utilizes a mixed-methods approach, combining quantitative surveys and qualitative interviews to gather comprehensive data from a diverse sample of employees across various industries. The quantitative survey measures the perceived effectiveness of training programs on career development and employee performance, while the qualitative interviews provide deeper insights into the experiences and perspectives of employees who have participated in these programs.The findings indicate a positive correlation between training programs and career development, with employees reporting increased skills, knowledge, and confidence in their respective roles. Moreover, the research reveals that training initiatives contribute to improved employee performance, manifested through enhanced productivity, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment. The study also highlights the importance of continuous learning and development opportunities in fostering employee engagement and retention.The implications of the study suggest that organizations should prioritize the design and implementation of effective training programs to support career growth and enhance employee performance. By investing in targeted training initiatives, organizations can provide employees with the necessary tools and resources to succeed, leading to increased productivity and organizational success.However, the study acknowledges certain limitations, including the potential for self-reporting bias and the reliance on a specific sample.Overall, this empirical analysis underscores the significance of training programs in shaping employee career paths and fostering their professional growth, ultimately resulting in improved performance and organizational success.

Keyword : Training and Development, Performance, Manufacturing units, Career Development Programmes

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