The Influence of Individual Characteristics and the Work Environment on Varying Levels of Training Outcomes
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This study tested a model in which pretraining self-efficacy and motivation were hypothesized to mediate the relationship between job involvement, organizational commitment, perceptions of the work environment, and training reactions and knowledge acquisition. It also proposed hierarchical relationships between levels of training effectiveness criteria. A series of analyses demonstrated support for the model. Future research should incorporate a multilevel framework and consider the multidimensional nature of training outcomes.
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motivation; training; hierarchy; relationships; effectiveness
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Required Publisher Statement: © Wiley. Final version published as: Tracey, J. B., Hinkin, T. R., Tannenbaum, S., & Mathieu, J. E. (2001). The influence of individual characteristics and the work environment on varying levels of training outcomes. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 12(1), 5-23. Reprinted with permission. All rights reserved.