An Study of Relationships among Trainee Traits, Training Results and Transfer of Training in Local Government Civil Service – An Empirical Study for Hsinchu City Government
|關鍵字:||公務人力;訓練移轉;人格特質;參訓動機;學習動機;Civil Service;Transfer of Training;Personality Traits;Training Motivation;Learning Motivation|
Regional civil service plays a vital role in executing national affairs, and the qualitiy and capability of civil servants in local government are not only highly related with government performance and effectiveness but also affect well-being of people. In contemporary society, on-job training can enhance organization’s efficiency and effectiveness is believed by both academics and industry. As a result, the expenses of training are stepping up remarkably. The final goal of training is transfer of training, and performance improvement of employees and organization. However, according to the research, most training result do not transfer to real work, and it means training resources are wasted. Hence, providing effective training, enhancing training transfer effect and minimizing waste of resources are critical ways to improve civil service. Although transfer of training is affected by many factors, Baldwin & Ford‘s transfer of training model established process structure: From training input, training output to transfer of training. Through literature review and questionnaire survey, the study investigates the relationships among trainee traits, training results and transfer of training of civil servants in Hsinchu City Government, and clarifies the interrelationship by statistics methods such as stepwise regression analysis. The study confirms the structure of the transfer of training model, and finds that openness of Big-Five, career developing of motivation aspects and high learning motivation have both direct and indirect effects on motivation of training transfer. Moreover, the study provides strategies for strengthening training transfer motivation facilitating factors and suggestions for improving civil service training.
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