Human Resource Development and the Needs of Training Department: A Case Study on Malaysia Packaging Sdn. Bhd.

Liaw, Khing Hong (1999) Human Resource Development and the Needs of Training Department: A Case Study on Malaysia Packaging Sdn. Bhd. Masters project report, Universiti Pertanian Malaysia.

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Abstract

The lacking of the long-tenn human resource development plan for Malaysia packaging Ind Bhd (MA yP AK) had caused the company to suffer from many problems like high turnover, high rejection rate, lack of skilled workforce, weak Sales and Marketing personnel and others. With the increasing demand from the customers for better quality products and services, had put MA yP AK in the difficult situation to coup with the demands. Without quality and competence workforce, the company has difficulty to coup with the increasing demand from the customers. The important of training in the human resource development was iden

Item Type:Project Paper Report
Subject:Malaysia Packaging Ind. Bhd. - Case studies.
Subject:Manpower policy - Case studies - Malaysia.
Subject:Training needs - Case studies - Malaysia.
Chairman Supervisor:Yaakob Bin Ibrahim
Call Number:GSM 1999 32
Faculty or Institute:Graduate School of Management
ID Code:7925
Deposited By: Nurul Hayatie Hashim
Deposited On:01 Oct 2010 08:16
Last Modified:29 May 2012 03:03

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