A Model For the Development οf Employees’ Learning (Career Path) in Industrial Enterprises

G. Chakamian Keshvari, J. Mohammadi Faraz, N. Safaie, S. J. Hosseini Nedjad

Abstract


The goal of this study is to propose a model for the development of employees' learning (career path) in industrial enterprises. In the research a descriptive-survey method along with field research were used. The statistical population consists of all 110 employees of Dana Baspar's enterprises. A questionnaire with content verified by 30 experts along with the supervisor and the advisor was employed. Related validity of the questionnaires and their stability were 70%, counted by Cronbach's alpha, showing a good level of stability. Descriptive statistics for demographic data (frequency, standard deviation and mean) and inferential statistics were used. Research findings show that the influence of workshop and experimental skills gained by apprenticeship, the effect of training by holding meetings and seminars with experts or experience acquired during work is significant and positive on organizational productivity while the mediation variable of professional skills exists but the influence of classic and academic trainings is not positive and significant on organizational productivity considering the existence of mediation variables.


Keywords


learning development; career development; job skill; employees; career path; industrial enterprises

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