Purpose - Drawing on the content-process approach, this study examines the effect of employees’ perceived utility of education and training in small and medium enterprises (SMEs) on their satisfaction. In addition, this study investigates how the human resource management department’ activities moderate the relationship between employees’ perceived utility of education and training and satisfaction. Design/methodology/approach - This study predicts the positive relationship between employees’ perceived utility of education and training and satisfaction, and HR activities strengthens this positive relationship. To test these hypotheses, this study utilized Human Capital Corporate Panel (HCCP) datasets, especially 2017 data at the individual level. The number of the final sample is 425 for the test. Moreover, this study used the hierarchical regression model with SPSS. Finding - As predicted, the analytical results with the hierarchical regression model showed that employees’ percieved utility of education and training and satisfaction were positively related. In addition, HR activities strengthened this relationship between employees’ percieved utility of education and training and satisfaction. Research implications or Originality - This study will provide academic and practical implications for future research on human resource development, especially SMEs by deepening an understanding of the important factors in order to increase employees’ satisfaction of education and training. the number of viewers is found in most American films released in Korea.
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