American International Journal of Supply Chain Management https://www.acseusa.org/journal/index.php/aijscm <p><strong>Aims and Scope</strong></p> <p>American International Journal of Supply Chain Management is a <em>Double-Blind Peer-Reviewed Refereed International Journal </em>published by the American Center of Science and Education. The journal is published in both print and online versions. The online version is free to access and download. The journal accepts article submissions by e-mail (<a href="mailto:aijscm@acseusa.org">aijscm@acseusa.org</a>).</p> <p>The subject areas include, but are not limited to the following fields:</p> <ul> <li>Optimization in Supply Chain Management</li> <li>Logistics, Transportation, Distribution, and Materials Handling</li> <li>Manufacturing and Service Systems Design</li> <li>Maintenance Engineering and Management</li> <li>Production and Inventory Management</li> <li>Purchasing and Sourcing Management</li> <li>Operations Planning, Scheduling, and Control</li> <li>Artificial Intelligence and Expert System</li> <li>Information Technology</li> <li>Hazard and Risk Assessment and Mitigation</li> <li>Healthcare Systems Engineering</li> <li>Strategy Planning</li> <li>Human Resource Management for Operations</li> <li>Quality Management Systems and Tools</li> <li>Performance Measurement and Productivity</li> <li>Organizational Behavior in Relation to the Operation of Supply Chains</li> <li>Human factors, work organization, and workforce demographics</li> <li>Technology Management for Operations etc.</li> </ul> <p> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; color: #ff0000;"><em><strong>It is important to mention that all the works are showed without any kind of payment. All of them are published free from payments or taxes.</strong></em></p> en-US aijscm@acseusa.org (Managing Editor) aijscm@acseusa.org (Technical Support) Sat, 30 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 3.3.0.8 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 EVALUATION OF TRAINEES’ REACTION TO TRAINING PROGRAMS https://www.acseusa.org/journal/index.php/aijscm/article/view/305 <p><em>In the contemporary workplace, where diversity in learning styles and preferences is paramount, understanding and enhancing the effectiveness of training programs has become critical for organizational success. This study investigates trainee reactions to employee training programs, emphasizing the dimensions of Perceived Training Efficiency (PTE), Perceived Trainer Performance (PTP), and Perceived Usefulness of Training (PUT). The research employs a quantitative approach, surveys 381 employees using stratified random sampling from eight private commercial banks in Bangladesh, and uses a structured questionnaire with a Likert scale. The study utilizes descriptive and inferential statistics. Findings reveal positive perceptions in terms of training efficiency and trainer performance. However, the perceived usefulness of training shows room for improvement. The statistical significance of the results confirms their applicability to a broader population. The study's implications suggest a need for adaptive strategies in organizational training initiatives. Continuous feedback mechanisms are advocated to refine training programs in real time, emphasizing the personalized training approaches that align with diverse learning needs and career aspirations. This study acknowledges its limitations and calls for multiple evaluation methods and comparative analysis for the assessment of training programs</em></p> <p><strong>JEL Classification Codes: </strong>I23, M12, M53.</p> Md. Faisal-E-Alam Copyright (c) 2023 Md. Faisal-E-Alam https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://www.acseusa.org/journal/index.php/aijscm/article/view/305 Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +0000