Author(s): Indra Prasetyo, Nabilah Aliyyah, Rusdiyanto, Heru Tjaraka, Nawang Kalbuana, Arif Syafi'ur Rochman
Objective: This paper aims to test the effect employee job training has on employee career development in the company.
Design/methodology/approach: This paper uses a quantitative approach with the process of finding the knowledge by using data in the form of numbers as a tool that can be generalized to prove hypotheses. The population in this study was 135 employees by sampling 100 employees using sampling method probability by using random sampling type samples to use slovin formula. Analysis techniques use multiple linear regressions.
Findings: The results showed that job training influences the career development of employees in companies with a significant rate of 0.00 less than α=0.05. Practical Implications: The results of the study are recommended for company employees to conduct job training as a tool to improve career development. Originality: Previous research has been conducted to test job training on employee career development in large companies; the findings conclude that employee job training affects employee career development. This research researchers try to research medium-scale companies down.