Definition of Career Development

Career development is essential for any organization. Its importance can not be neglected in the eyes of the person. Location development that only increases the efficacy of staff, it does not help perform the organization’s functions properly. Through the planning of the plan, the profession of the profession is engaged in the process of developing his profession in the process of developing his profession. In other words, it is called a career development by giving guidance to the country’s knowledge, awareness, thinking and ability to enhance the knowledge, awareness, thinking and capabilities by an organization.

By Werther and Davis, “Career development consists of those experiences and personal improvements that the worker accepts the purpose of achieving the goal of his career plan”

By John B. Miner and Mary G., “Career development becomes the matter of carrying out what had been planned.”

By William F. Glueck, “By which an institution plans for the development of employees for fulfilling its needs and at the same time the lack of satisfactory working life is in satisfactory”

In the light of the above definitions, the Career development of professionally engaged in the development of the worker’s professional life through planning is called career development.

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