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PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF HUMAN RESOURCES TRAINING AND UTILIZATION

PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF HUMAN RESOURCES TRAINING AND UTILIZATION
CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
1.1 Background to the Study
Human resources development comes under the purview of personnel functions in most organizations, especially public organizations which the university belongs. The importance of human resources development in any organization is a clear one if we recognize the fact that the structure that sustains it depends on the individuals that operate the structure. Human resources training and development can occur simultaneously or complementarily but the two do not necessarily have direct relation to each other. They should in fact be separated in concept. Training on the job and some form of in-service training are examples of training being designed or intended to develop the knowledge or expertise, greater confidence and a high degree of performance. Akpan (1982:128) opines that the principal intension of training is to equip a person with the knowledge required to qualify him for a particular position of employment or to improve his skills and efficiency in the position he already holds. Staff development on the other hand implies growth and acquisition of wider experience.
1.2 Statement of the problem
The ideal aim of every individual is to achieve self-actualization and personal development. This would normally not be achieved in isolation of either an institution of training or a place of work. Employers of labour, on their own part, recognize the importance of the human resources as a tool through which other resources are made effectively functional for the achievement of organizational objectives. A well motivated employee will normally achieve the advancement of his knowledge through training. This would elevate his status in his place of work, and make him enjoy all the privileges, rights and benefits that go with enhanced status. Such an employee will naturally be expected to put in his best in the job and produce the best of possible results.

PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF HUMAN RESOURCES TRAINING AND UTILIZATION

Chapters: 1 - 5
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Number of Pages: 60

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