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 AJIBM  Vol.8 No.9 , September 2018
Conceptual Model Fit for Career Planning and Development of Employees with Special Reference to Private Sector Banks by Using Structural Equation Model
Abstract: Powerful career planning of employees is reliant on viable execution administration, where administration considers correspondence and reconciliation as a wellspring of keeping employees relentlessly on their approach to objectives accomplishment. The focal point of this investigation, hence, was to survey whether there was career planning and development has its impact on worker inspiration, having a tendency to lose its performing employees work fulfillment and devotion. The present research is a survey on limited scale. It is on the other a descriptive-cum-analytical effort on the selected variables of the study. It is studied how and to what extent the independent variables make changes in the dependent variables. The researcher collected the data from 1000 employees and the sample size is adjusted and determined as 860 respondents to obtain more and clear information. The survey concludes that findings confirm that the model fit is absolutely suitable for this analysis.
Cite this paper: Kumar, V. , Manonmani, A. and Kumar, V. (2018) Conceptual Model Fit for Career Planning and Development of Employees with Special Reference to Private Sector Banks by Using Structural Equation Model. American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, 8, 1972-1990. doi: 10.4236/ajibm.2018.89132.
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