• Dilnoza Baxriddin qizi G‘aniyeva

Ключевые слова:

Xodimlarni o‘qitish va rivojlantirish, xodimlar samaradorligi, mehnat faoliyati samaradorligi, o‘qitish dasturlari


Xodimlar tashkilotning asosiy boyliklaridan biri ekan, hozirgi dinamik
biznes muhitida ular doimo eng zamonaviy bilimlar bilan qurollangan va malakalari yuqori
bo‘lishi dolzarb hisoblanadi. Bunga erishishning birlamchi yo‘li korxona va tashkilotlarda
xodimlarni o‘qitish va rivojlantirish dasturlarini joriy etish va takomillashtirishdir. Bu orqali
o‘qitilgan xodimlar yanada samaraliroq ishlashlariga va natijada tashkilotning yakuniy maqsadlari
amalga oshishiga erishish mumkin. Maqolada xodimlarni o‘qitish va rivojlantirishning xodimlar
samaradorligiga ta’siri nazariy materiallar, o‘tkazilgan amaliy tadqiqotlar asosida o‘rganilgan.

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