Document Type: Original Article

Authors

1 M.sc., Management, Department of Management, Bandar Abbas Branch, Islamic Azad University, Bandar Abbas, Iran

2 Assistsnt Professor of Information System, Department of Community, Research Center for Health Information Management, Hormozghan University of Medical Sciences, Bandar Abbas, Iran

3 Department of Management, Bandar Abbas Branch, Islamic Azad University, Bandar Abbas, Iran

Abstract

Today, a workforce of tens of millions is working in Islamic Republic of Iran in different sectors of public, industry and trade to fulfill their duties and responsibilities. Obviously, it cannot be claimed that all these people innately hold the knowledge, skills and type of behaviors required to do their occupational responsibilities. Thus, they need training to improve the quality and quantity of their jobs. Today, human resource training is highly effective on productivity improvement. The purpose of this study was to investigating the relationship between training methods on human resource productivity in Almahdi Aluminum Company of Hormozgan. A descriptive, quantitative, co relational design was used.  Statistic population of research concludes all staff of Almahdi Aluminum Company. The population consist of 107 staff. A data collection instrument is included demographic questionnaire, questionnaire of productivity and questionnaire of on-the-job training. Data analysis included descriptive statistics, pearson’s r and spearman’s correlations, regression analysis, ANOVA analyses and SPSS software (package of Spss / pc + + ver21). The results of this study show that there is a significant relationship between information provision method and human resource productivity. According the results, there is a significant relationship between simulation method and on-the-job training with human resource productivity.

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