Training academy puts a shine on Opel: Employees upbeat about what they learn and how they learn it
Human Resource Management International Digest
Article publication date: 13 October 2014
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the views of the employees of GM Hellas, the subsidiary of the Opel car manufacturer in Greece, with regard to the training they receive from their employer.
It explains that the conclusions are based on the responses of 114 employees and trainees to a survey at Opel’s 22 largest dealers in Greece.
It reveals that the training provided by GM Hellas is viewed positively by most employees.
It indicates that GM Hellas could make greater use of online training, which is both popular and cost-effective.
It highlights how staff development is contributing to the performance of a company that is flourishing, despite the severe economic downturn in Greece.
Emphasizes the importance of in-company training for business growth and competitiveness.
Pollitt, D. (2014), "Training academy puts a shine on Opel: Employees upbeat about what they learn and how they learn it", Human Resource Management International Digest, Vol. 22 No. 7, pp. 21-22. https://doi.org/10.1108/HRMID-10-2014-0137
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