SPECIAL LIBRARY PROFESSIONALS SATISFACTION ON ORGANIZATIONAL TRAINING FACILITIES: AN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE

  • Lt. Dr. Rajashekara G.R. Department of Library and Information Centre, Government First Grade College, Bhadravathi, Shivamogga, India
Keywords: Training, Special library, Media library, Software Industry Library Satisfaction, Research and Developmental library, Job Satisfaction

Abstract

The fast changing technological developments made the existing knowledge of special library professionals ineffective, which they had at the time of entering into the organization. Hence, professionals have to be trained to operate new techniques and equipments, to handle the Present as well as new jobs more effectively. Training is useful not only for the organizations, but also for the employees as it develops knowledge, problem-solving ability and skill of the newly recruited employees on the one hand and serves as a refresher course in updating old employees on the other hand. It aims at improving the organization’s performance through the enhanced performance of its employees. Because of these reasons training has become an integral part of human resource development in special libraries. Knowing this fact following study has been carried out to know the special library professional’s level of satisfaction on training and development provided in organization.

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Published
2017-11-30
How to Cite
G.R, R. (2017). SPECIAL LIBRARY PROFESSIONALS SATISFACTION ON ORGANIZATIONAL TRAINING FACILITIES: AN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE . International Journal of Engineering Technologies and Management Research, 4(11), 59-67. https://doi.org/10.29121/ijetmr.v4.i11.2017.124