Training needs

Training needs - Once managers decide that their employees...

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Training needs Simply hiring and placing employees in jobs does not ensure their success. In fact, even tenured  employees may need training, because of changes in the business environment. Here are some  changes that may signal that current employees need training: Introduction of new equipment or processes A change in the employee's job responsibilities A drop in an employee's productivity or in the quality of output An increase in safety violations or accidents An increased number of questions Complaints by customers or coworkers
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Unformatted text preview: Once managers decide that their employees need training, these managers need to develop clear training goals that outline anticipated results. These managers must also be able to clearly communicate these goals to employees. Keep in mind that training is only one response to a performance problem. If the problem is lack of motivation, a poorly designed job, or an external condition (such as a family problem), training is not likely to offer much help....
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