HRD Climate Dimensions in Commercial Bank of Ethiopia
Anil Kanamarlapudi and Dr. Ramadevi Vangapandu
Journal Title:Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science
In the present day fierce competitive environment, the forward looking organizations are giving utmost care to attract, develop and retain the best talent as people are considered to be the source of competitive advantage. In order to survive and thrive in the competitive environment, the organizations are keen to develop the competencies of the people and are giving importance to Human Resource Development (HRD). The main objective of the research paper is to study different dimensions of HRD climate in Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE). The scope of the study is confined to 10 branches of CBE and the sample for the study constitutes 190 staff. The results of the study indicated that Collaboration among the employees of CBE is high followed by Trust and Openness and autonomy is considered to be the least. The study also revealed that there is significant difference in HRD dimensions - authenticity, autonomy, collaboration, confrontation and trust dimensions between the branches of CBE while F-value is insignificant for openness and pro-action dimensions indicating that openness and pro-action dimensions of HRD climate do not significantly differ between the branches of CBE.