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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 289-295


EVALUATION OF TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS; CONTRIBUTION OF ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT AND TRANSFER DESIGN BY MEDIATION OF motivation to improve work

Shaza Mahar, Dr. Muhammad Wasim Akram, Hafiz Abdur Rashid, Dr. Owais Shafique.

Abstract
The core concern of this study is to understand to what extent organizational commitment and transfer design influences the motivation to improve work. Besides, it is design to understand the role of motivation to improve work in a framework that includes variables organizational commitment, positive transfer and transfer design.This research study could provide an important contribution in the body of literature on positive transfer of training. Few studies show the importance of motivation to improve work through learning in training effectiveness. Further, this study will extend previous studies by maintaining a framework that explains how the variables can be pertinent in training effectiveness. A cross sectional, survey data study was undertaken to analyze the relationships in a sample of 100 employees those who attended the training in city district Govt. Rawalpindi. Multiple regression was applied to test the hypothesized relationship among the study variables.The findings of this paper revealed that organizational commitment and transfer design positively influences motivation to improve work. Results indicated that it positively influences positive transfer. Trainees likely to be more motivated in training sessions also show positive transfer.

Key words: Organizational commitment, motivation to work, transfer design, positive transfer






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