Once the training program is implemented in the organisation, it is also important to evaluate the results of the training program and whether, employees are benefitted by the training program or not. In order to evaluate the results of the training programs is to first understand that whether employees are getting right kind of training or not. In case the training program are unable to achieve the results than the company must reconsider the training program and analyse the flaws in the program (Smith et al, 2014). Training and development is a costly business yet a significant business. So, it is important to ensure that the money as well as the efforts of designing the training program should not go into waste. This not only can be total money wastage for the company, but it can also be disastrous for the employee’s performance in the company which in the end will affect the business only. In order to ensure that training program is effective for the employees, the company must invest some time in acquiring some data which will help in designing the right training program like cost of total training program, possible output of the program or in other terms the desired result of the program, quality standards which includes permissible error rates, wastage of resources and productivity per unit or per hour(Smith et al, 2014). It also includes the time in all the activities and how effectively company is able to meet the deadlines set by the management of the company.