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dc.description.abstractAccording to Article 51 of the Banking Act of The Republic of China, banks need to appropriate funds for financial research and training. It is also aware that variety of employees training will have positive effects on firm performance in many different industries. Besides, the difficulties of merger are from many aspects, in which human resource is one of the important issues. Therefore, it is argued that merging firm will need more efforts on training for the maintenance of performance. This research believes surviving bank from merge with appropriate training may have certain effects on banking performance. We take D bank mergers with W bank as individual case and select staffs in 36 branches in central Taiwan. Empirical results show that after merger, the staffs think company invest more training and feel their improvement and application of personal behavior increase by training. When staffs participate in parts of training program will affect perceived banking performance, such as the training programs of individual ability communication ability, and computer ability. Therefore, company could strengthen different training programs according to the performance which have to promote.en_US
dc.description.tableofcontentsContents Acknowledgment i Abstract ii Contents iv List of Tables v List of Figures vii I Introduction 1 I-1 Motivations and Objectives 1 I-2 Research Scope and Data Source 2 I-3 Research Methods and Steps 2 II Background 4 II-1 Development of Financial Industry in Taiwan 4 II-2 Individual Case-D Bank Mergers with W Bank 5 II-3 Situation of Training in Taiwan Financial Industry and D Bank 6 III Literature Review 10 III-1 Definitions 10 III-2 Impact of Training on Performance 16 IV Research Method 24 IV-1 Empirical Model 24 IV-2 Operationalization of Variables 25 IV-3 Data Collection 30 IV-4 Data Analysis 30 V Empirical Analysis and Result 36 V-1 Reliability Analysis 36 V-2 Description Statistics Analysis 37 V-3 Difference Analysis of Research Variables around Merger 44 V-4 The Effects of Training Participation on Banking Performance 49 V-5 The Effects of Training Achievements on Banking Performance 60 VI Conclusions and Suggestions 74 VI-1 Conclusions 74 VI-2 Suggestions 75 Reference 76 Appendix 81en_US
dc.titleThe Effects of Training on Banking Performance of Surviving Bank--- Case of D Bank in Taiwanen_US
dc.typeThesis and Dissertationzh_TW
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