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Current Training And Development Practices-Taj Hotels

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Introduction:
The present study aims at finding current training and development practices in hotel industry in India with special reference to Taj Hotels. Employees training is chosen to be the topic of this project, because understanding Human Resource Management extensively in business brings unimaginable benefits and due to personal interests in this subject after finishing my practical training. Moreover, this is also a great opportunity to get to know Human Resource Management in a deeper perspective, although Staff Training is just a small part of Human Resource Management, it is really interesting to take a close look at it.

The world is changing rapidly in everyday life. In order to be able to catch up the paces, making the best use of the personnel’s abilities became of tremendous significance in the businesses, therefore Human Resource Management needs to be carefully considered and implemented. It should be able to deal with the effects of the changing world of work, which means that people who work in the Human Resources Department have to be aware of the implications of globalization, technology changes, workforce diversity, labor shortages, changing skill requirements, the contingent workforce, decentralized work sites, and employee involvement etc. Because when either one aspect of above changes in the working process, it could change the whole business operation, therefore, it is important for the Human Resource Department to be prepared and to take control. (Christina Pomoni 2009.) Staff training is an essential and indispensable part of Human Resource Management, “the importance and value of staff training has long been recognized. Consider the popular and often repeated quotation, Give a person a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a person to fish and you feed him for a lifetime‟. (Mcclelland 2002, 7) This understandable and far-sighted saying was from a famous ancient Chinese thinker and philosopher Confucius. This saying has explained clearly how important it is to train an employee to conquer his/her work than just give him/her a job of income. By observing today’s business climate and the exponential growth in technology with its effect on the economy and society, the need for training is more pronounced than ever.

Number of Pages of Project Report: 72
Package Includes: Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
Executive Summary
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Theoretical Prospective
2.1 Introduction to Training and Development
2.2 Training and Development: A comparative Study
2.3 Training and Development Objectives
2.4 Difference between Training and Learning
2.5 Inputs in Training and Development
2.6 Importance of Training and Development for the Organization
2.7 The Training Process
2.8 Methods of Training
2.9 Employees Training in Hotel Industry

Chapter 3: Literature Review
3.1 Characteristics of Hospitality Management
3.2 Hospitality Graduates' Skills and Competencies
3.3 Hospitality Managers' Skills and Competencies
3.4 Training Needs of the Hospitality Industry
3.5 Career Development

Chapter 4: Company Profile of Hotel Taj
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Training and Development in Hotel Taj

Chapter 5: Research Methodology
5.1 Objectives of the Study
5.2 Meaning
5.3 Types of Research
5.4 Data Collection Methods

Chapter 6: Results and Analysis of the Survey

Chapter 7: Recommendations
Chapter 8: Conclusions
Chapter 9: Annexure
9.1 Questionnaire
9.2 Bibliography

 


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