Role of training and development in effective operation of hilton hote

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This presentation discusses the contribution of the training and development in the Hotel Hilton. Training and development plays an important role in enhancing the performance of an organization.

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Role of training and development in effective operation of hilton hotel:

Role of training and development in effective operation of hilton hotel www.hndassignments.co.uk 1

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Table of content Introduction Training Types of training Difference between training and development Contribution of training in Hotel Hilton Stratford Conclusion References www.hndassignments.co.uk 2

Introduction:

Introduction Training and development plays an important role in enhancing the performance of an organization. It results in development of the skills and knowledge of the human resource of the organization. This program discusses the contribution of the training and development in the Hotel Hilton. This program will develop an understanding of the role of training in the attainment of the objectives of Hotel Hilton. www.hndassignments.co.uk 3

Training:

Training The term training can be explained as the process of teaching and developing the individual so as to enhance the skills and knowledge of the individual. The need of training and development need to be identified so as to enhance the capabilities of the individual. www.hndassignments.co.uk 4

Types of training:

Types of training There are two types of training. These are as follows: On the job training: the training which is provided at the workplace of the organization. This type of training is provided by the experienced employees and is cost effective. www.hndassignments.co.uk 5

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Off the job training: this form of training is offered outside the workplace of the organization. There is lack of active participation in this form of training. This type of training is time consuming. www.hndassignments.co.uk 7

Difference between training and development:

Difference between training and development Training Development Training process is executed by the organization for the purpose of developing the human resource . Development is an activity which improves the individual by the environment created by the employer. The course of training is short. It is a long term activity. The focus is over the present prospects. The focus is over the future prospects. www.hndassignments.co.uk 8

Contribution of training in Hotel Hilton Stratford:

Contribution of training in Hotel Hilton Stratford Training and development has helped in reducing the chances of errors. It has resulted into the execution of the activities of Hotel Hilton Stratford in an effective manner. It has helped in the generation of the healthy and safe workplace for the employees. It has resulted into improvement in the skills and knowledge of the employees. www.hndassignments.co.uk 9

Conclusion:

Conclusion This program has discussed the role of training and development in enhancing the performance of the organization. It covers the two types of training. It also discusses the different between the training and development. The contribution of the training and development in enhancing the performance of the Hotel Hilton Stratford. www.hndassignments.co.uk 10

References:

References Meijerink , J.G., Bondarouk , T. & Lepak , D.P. 2016;2015;, "Employees as Active Consumers of HRM: Linking Employees’ HRM Competences with Their Perceptions of HRM Service Value", Human resource management, vol. 55, no. 2, pp. 219-240. Obeidat , S.M. 2016, "The link between e-HRM use and HRM effectiveness: an empirical study", Personnel Review, vol. 45, no. 6, pp. 1281-1301. Parry , E. & Tyson, S. 2011, "Desired goals and actual outcomes of e‐HRM", Human Resource Management Journal, vol. 21, no. 3, pp. 335-354. Sanders , K. & Yang, H. 2016;2015;, "The HRM Process Approach: The Influence of Employees’ Attribution to Explain the HRM‐Performance Relationship", Human Resource Management, vol. 55, no. 2, pp. 201-217. Torrington , D., L. Hall, S. Taylor and C. Atkinson Fundamentals of human resource management. (Harlow: Financial Times Prentice Hall, 2009) first edition [ISBN 9780273713067]. Wickramasinghe , V. & Samaratunga , M. 2016, "HRM practices and post-promotion managerial performance: Subordinates’ perspective", Evidence-based HRM: a Global Forum for Empirical Scholarship, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 144-161. www.hndassignments.co.uk 11

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