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BUS 381 Orientation, Training and Career Development Week 6 Prescribed reading: Dessler et al (2002), Chapters 8 & 9 Learning Objectives Describe employee orientation and training Discuss the various training techniques used in workplaces today and how to evaluate them Discuss the factors that affect career choices Discuss how to manage promotions and transfers more effectively
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Orienting Employees -providing new employees with basic background information about: -the organization -the job Reality Shock -discrepancy between new employee’s expectations and reality
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Orienting Employees -diverse workforce -mergers and acquisitions -union vs. non-union employees -multi-location organizations Special Orientation Situations
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Orienting Employees -too much information in a short time -too many forms to fill out -little or no orientation -HR information too broad; supervisory information too detailed Problems With Orientation Programs
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The Training Process
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2010 for the course BUS 381 taught by Professor Peters during the Fall '05 term at Simon Fraser.

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