radhika malik Started The Discussion:
i need a dissertation on training and development in hrm
2nd February 2012 From India, Delhi

Where are you studying, for what, and in what mode?

Please do not request finished projects/dissertations or questionnaires on this forum.

Please search CiteHr where some projects are attached. Then do a literature survey and formulate your aim and objectives for the research (in consultation with the host organisation). You also need a conceptual framework for that. Decide what hypotheses you want to test.

If you have not done any of the above essential preparation for conducting a project, I would advise you to please do so and then pose a precise question. Please look at http://www.citehr.com/324807-project-report.html to see how people who make an attempt are helped.

Also see my post on Research Methodology (Ppt slides attached) at Research Projects and Author Workshops at <link outdated-removed> <link updated to site home> and my post at http://www.citehr.com/72982-need-urg...roject-hr.html

I am not sure if you have read any literature on questionnaire design. If not, go to questionnaire design + guidelines - Google Search= Also see <link outdated-removed> <link updated to site home> where an MBA project is attached as an example.

A Post by Prodcons also has information on Research Methodology. Please also see the post by naveeis4u at Employees Satisfaction Level to see the type of background information that will be of help in designing questionnaires.

Please access My Mba Project and follow what Mary Christy did. Also view and digest the message that ahujamamamia posted at citehr http://www.citehr.com/169377-marble-story.html Try to become the marble statue rather than the tile.

Please read the post by Sayansayu at questionnaire or welfare measures - reg
2nd February 2012 From United Kingdom

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