I will pay for the following article Relation of learning styles and business training. The work is to be 14 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. This chapter presents the results of analysis of the data that have been collected through sample survey. The data have been edited and coded using Micro Soft Excel and analyzed with popular statistical package- SPSS. The analysis has been undertaken in conformity with the research objectives and hypotheses set. The chapter also discusses and justifies the proof/rebuttal of any hypotheses. The major findings of the study are also demonstrated after analysis of each relevant question. Figures are exhibited wherever appropriate to make it more readable and comprehensible for readers.The above table exhibits the number of workers employed across departments. It is clear that operations department has largest number of workers and project department has only 9 workers out of the sample 74. It is also evident that department project and operations employ no female workers and the entire female employees working with the organisation belong to support department.The Table No. 2 shows the work experience of employees. Among the sample respondents, 27 percent have got experience in between 3 and 5 years. It is also clear that of the total. only 19 percent employees have experience of more than 9 years. Employees having less than 1 year experience accounts for only 20 percent, which is backed by 16 percent with 5 to 9 years experience. Table No. 3 Employee Opinion on Training EffectivenessResponseFrequencyPercentStrongly Agree1317.6Agree3952.7Neither Agree nor Disagree810.8Disagree810.8Strongly Disagree68.1Total74100.0This table depicts the employee opinion on the effectiveness of training programme undertaken by the firm. Majority of the employee support the training programme that they believe training programme is effective. Among the supporters around 18 percent strongly agree, while 53 percent agree with the present system of training. However, those who do not support the present system accounts for around 19 percent, which does not sound to be a negligible one. Table No. 4 Employee Response to Mentor MethodResponseFrequencyPercentStrongly Agree56.8Agree56.8Neither Agree nor Disagree2229.7Disagree3141.9Strongly Disagree1114.9Total74100.0Table No. 4 is intended to present the employee response to mentor method of training. It is clear that majority of the employees do not support the innovative method. Employees who support account for a meager percent when compared to that of non-supporters. Non-supporters come to around 57 percent, while those who reluctant to opine on this is around 30 percent. Table No. 5 Employee Response to Benefits of External TrainingResponseFrequencyPercentAgree1418.9Neither Agree nor Disagree3141.9Disagree1824.3Strongly Disagree1114.9Total74100.0Table No. 5 shows the response of employee to External training arranged by the firm.