Research Paper On Training And Development In Hotel Industry
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Training Considerations for the Caribbean Tourism Industry
Although organizations such as the Caribbean Tourist Association, the Caribbean Community and Common Market (Caricom), the Caribbean Tourism Research and Development Centre (located in Barbados), and the Hotel Training School at the UWI in the Bahamas have implemented various training efforts for the industry, most have been ineffectual. The author of this paper makes suggestions for training approaches that have worked in other parts of the world. This paper has eleven pages and ten sources are listed in the bibliography.
Employee Development in the U.S. Army
A 7 page paper discussing salient points regarding employee development and retention using training as a tool. The paper discusses the reasons for pursuing employee development and retention and offers a training plan using an approach similar to that already in use by the 84th U.S. Army Reserve Readiness Training Command, and it shadows the approach of both online and on-ground universities, as well as corporate training programs. LMS-centered applications are well developed and lend themselves well to employee development training within the U.S. Army. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
PowerPoint Presentation of Aims and Methods of Training
and Development In ten slides accompanied by speaker notes the writer explain the importance of training and development and how it may add value to an organization, the way a training and development Program may be designed and the tools that could be used in that program, such as classroom training and on the job training. Eight sources are cited in this eighteen page paper.
An Evaluation Of Training And Development And Its' Impact On Staff Performance; A Case Study Of HSBC Bank
This 82 page paper looks at the role of training and development and the impact that it can have on staff. The paper starts with an introduction and then moves to an in-depth literature review which looks at the value of training and development to staff, the way training can be delivered and the links between training, development and motivation. The background to HSBC is considered along with its strategies and the current training and development practices. The paper then simulates primary research with HSBC employees to assess the way that the training and development is impacting on them. The paper ends with a discussion and conclusion. The bibliography cites 90 sources.