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TRAINING AND ITS IMPACT ON THE ATTITUDE OF EMPLOYEES OF IT COMPANIES IN CHENNAI

M. GANESAN, KANAGARAJ, D. SRIDEVI.

Abstract
Work is a big part of our life. After education of any human beings they have two options one is Employment and another one is Business. If the graduates chosen employment as a career he needs to attend the interview and clear the interview process. The Interview Process and selection process is differs from one company to company. In this connection Graduates completes all interview formalities and gets offer from any Information Technology based companies. After receiving the offer letter from the company the graduates undergone for training program (6 months or 1 year). Many people have different opinion about training we are already educated and we lightly know about the software companies operations and then why training is required. Education is different training is different. Education is helps to understand the world and how to behave in the society and how to find out inventions whereas training is concerned with one’s learn about work related practices, work related skills and knowledge and etc., if the persons learned all work related theories and practices he will work better and he contributes more to the company. Employee Attitude is another area of present research attitude is very important for the employees with attitude we cannot live in the world but it could be some border level. The type of research is descriptive. Snowball sampling technique is used for this research. Main findings of the study are employee shows positive attitude it will make happiness for everybody. Employee shows negative attitude it leads to depression and stress. Suggestion of the study is if we are giving enough training to the graduates he/she works better and they achieve their target within the time limit and at the same time the attitude is very important for maintain a good relationship with company people.

Key words: Training, Attitude, Employees Performance, Information Technology.


 
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MG, KANAGARAJ , SRIDEVI D. TRAINING AND ITS IMPACT ON THE ATTITUDE OF EMPLOYEES OF IT COMPANIES IN CHENNAI. JCR. 2020; 7(1): 154-158. doi:10.22159/jcr.07.01.27


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MG, KANAGARAJ , SRIDEVI D. TRAINING AND ITS IMPACT ON THE ATTITUDE OF EMPLOYEES OF IT COMPANIES IN CHENNAI. http://www.jcreview.com/?mno=302645212 [Access: February 19, 2020]. doi:10.22159/jcr.07.01.27


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MG, KANAGARAJ , SRIDEVI D. TRAINING AND ITS IMPACT ON THE ATTITUDE OF EMPLOYEES OF IT COMPANIES IN CHENNAI. JCR. 2020; 7(1): 154-158. doi:10.22159/jcr.07.01.27



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MG, KANAGARAJ , SRIDEVI D. TRAINING AND ITS IMPACT ON THE ATTITUDE OF EMPLOYEES OF IT COMPANIES IN CHENNAI. JCR. (2020), [cited February 19, 2020]; 7(1): 154-158. doi:10.22159/jcr.07.01.27



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, M. G., KANAGARAJ, . & SRIDEVI, . D. (2020) TRAINING AND ITS IMPACT ON THE ATTITUDE OF EMPLOYEES OF IT COMPANIES IN CHENNAI. JCR, 7 (1), 154-158. doi:10.22159/jcr.07.01.27



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, M. GANESAN, KANAGARAJ, and D. SRIDEVI. 2020. TRAINING AND ITS IMPACT ON THE ATTITUDE OF EMPLOYEES OF IT COMPANIES IN CHENNAI. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (1), 154-158. doi:10.22159/jcr.07.01.27



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, M. GANESAN, KANAGARAJ, and D. SRIDEVI. "TRAINING AND ITS IMPACT ON THE ATTITUDE OF EMPLOYEES OF IT COMPANIES IN CHENNAI." Journal of Critical Reviews 7 (2020), 154-158. doi:10.22159/jcr.07.01.27



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, M. GANESAN, KANAGARAJ, and D. SRIDEVI. "TRAINING AND ITS IMPACT ON THE ATTITUDE OF EMPLOYEES OF IT COMPANIES IN CHENNAI." Journal of Critical Reviews 7.1 (2020), 154-158. Print. doi:10.22159/jcr.07.01.27



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, M. G., KANAGARAJ, . & SRIDEVI, . D. (2020) TRAINING AND ITS IMPACT ON THE ATTITUDE OF EMPLOYEES OF IT COMPANIES IN CHENNAI. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (1), 154-158. doi:10.22159/jcr.07.01.27





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