357.5-Exhibits-Ch06

357.5-Exhibits-Ch06 - Develop and conduct needs assessment...

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Unformatted text preview: Develop and conduct needs assessment Identify training objectives Establish training criteria Select trainees Evaluate training program Pretest trainees Implement training Choose training methods Exhibit 2 Needs Assessment Methods 1. Advisory committee 2. Job descriptions and job specifications 3. Work sampling 4. Job performance measurements 5. Attitude surveys 6. Performance appraisals 7. Skills tests 8. Performance documents 9. Guest feedback 10. Questionnaires 11. Exit interviews 12. Critical incidents Exhibit 3 Nation's Business Poll of Readers: Skill Levels of Job Applicants and Workers What level of skills are workers bringing to jobs in your business? Very good 5% Adequate 37% Good 16% Deficient 42% How has the skill level of job applicants you see changed over the past three years? Improved 7% Declined 46% About the same 47% What is the most common shortcoming of job applicants you see? Lack of specific technical skills 17% Lack of basic reading and math skills 16% Inability to communicate well, orally and/or in writing 19% Poor attitude and work habits 43% Lack of previous work experience 5% How much negative financial impact has there been on your business because of inadequately trained workers?...
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2012 for the course HRAD 3784 taught by Professor Murathancer during the Spring '12 term at Oklahoma State.

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357.5-Exhibits-Ch06 - Develop and conduct needs assessment...

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