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HR410 Final Project-Unit 6

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Running Header: UNIT 6 PROJECT 1 Tosha Collins Kaplan University HR410 Employee Training and Development Unit 6 Project Professor Spangenburg 11/29/2011
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Running Header: UNIT 6 PROJECT 2 On-the-job training (OJT) is one of the best training methods used because it is planned, organized, and conducted at the employee's worksite location. OJT will generally be the primary method used for expanding employee skills and increasing productivity. It is particularly appropriate for increasing proficiency skills unique to an employee's job, especially jobs that are relatively easy to learn and require locally-owned equipment and facilities ("Human resources presents...personal," 1998). A breakdown of the major job requirements (identified in the position description and performance plan) and related knowledge resources, skills, and abilities form the basis for setting up an OJT plan. To be most successful, an OJT plan should include the subject to be covered, number of hours, estimated completion date, and the method of which the training will be evaluated ("Human resources presents...personal," 1998). Job shadowing is a type of on-the-job employee job training in which a new employee or an employee desiring to become familiar with a job, follows and observes a trained and experienced employee. Job shadowing is an effective form of job training for certain jobs. Job shadowing allows a student, employee, or intern to gain more than enough knowledge about what an employee who holds a particular job does in that job every day. Job shadowing provides a far richer experience than reading a job description
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