The purpose of the master's thesis is to examine previous research in the field of training of its employees and the impact on the economic performance of companies. This is to determine if the researcher have already undertaken training in a way that examines them in terms of sustainability in the short or long term.
The master's thesis thus uses the main methods: detailed literature review, method of analysis and method of proof (correlation analysis, regression analysis and DEA method). A detailed review of the literature is used to examine prior research and training strategies. Method of analysis for the study of the Competence Centers for Personnel Development (KOC) project, which was carried out in two openings. The method of proof was used to test the hypotheses and draw the main conclusions of the work.
The main findings are companies in Slovenia spend less on training per employee than the average in the European Union; investment in training has a slightly positive correlation with neto profit; there are no significant differences in average efficiency according to the size of the company and investments in individual competencies do not have a significant impact on the growth of the company's revenue share.
Nevertheless, for data in my model I can confirm, that big companies are the most effective in the group of three types of companies (small, medium, and big) as specified in European Ac. The most effective group of training on the % of revenue growth are training in human resource.
Results of master thesis are useful at a time when there is a constant market situation and people have a guaranteed job. In my opinion, the companies involved in European projects - KOC - will be in a competitive advantage in the post-pandemic period that will follow recently. In addition, it will be very important for the companies if the money will be spent economically and efficiently, so the results findings are useful in planning future corporate training.