• Dr. Rafique Ahmed Khan
  • Munaza Bibi
Keywords: Training needs assessment, Trainer’s competence, Training environment and content, Training evaluation, Employee career growth


This study is conducted to inspect the training and development practices’ influence on the career growth of employees currently being implemented at Daraz. pk. To attain this purpose descriptive research is undertaken and data were collected from 302 middle-level managerial employees of Daraz. pk. Statistical tools including Pearson correlation as well as regression analysis were applied using SPSS version 23. Therefore, the analysis of data reveals that out of five, only one hypothesis got rejected which pertains to Training Environment and Contents. The remaining hypotheses have been accepted. This research proves that training & development helps in improving the career growth of employees with having a positive impact in Daraz. pk as the employees are satisfied with the practice link to the training and development is applied. To achieve a boost in the career growth of employees, a better institutionalizing of all the components of training and development should be implemented.

Author Biographies

Dr. Rafique Ahmed Khan

Dr. Rafique Ahmed Khan, Professor, Bahria University Islamabad Campus. His email address is :

Munaza Bibi

Munaza Bibi, Lecturer, Bahria University Karachi Campus. Her email address is :


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How to Cite
Khan, D. R., & Bibi, M. (2022). TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT AND EMPLOYEE CAREER GROWTH: A CASE OF DARAZ.PK. Journal of Business Strategies, 16(02), 01-22. Retrieved from