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Employees’ Perceptions of Training and Sustainability of Human Resource

Authors
  • lee, chia-wen
  • weidong, wu
  • yang, cheng-fu
Publication Date
Aug 26, 2019
Source
MDPI
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Language
English
License
Green
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Abstract

Employees&rsquo / perceptions of training are one of the keys to sustainability in human resources. Based on data from a survey conducted in Shanghai and nine other large cities, this study explores employees&rsquo / perceptions of training and tries to identify what factors influence their perceptions. The results show that employees do not attach enough value to vocational training. Urban registration, higher education, and management positions correspond with higher valuation of training, but length of service has a negative effect on their valuation. The differences between urban households and rural households, the social distinction between basic education and vocational education paths, and the increases of frequency, time, and importance of the interactions between personal and work places may play an important role in these phenomena and have impacts on the sustainable development of human resources in China.

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