Training the Workforce

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Training the Workforce 1. What is the point of a firm providing training? It provides employees with the specific skills or helping them correct deficiencies in their performance. It can be used to help employees use new methods or equipment. As well as correct any skills deficit. 2. Do you think that the organization should determine training for each employee, or should employees self-select training they believe will benefit them most? I think training should be selected by the organization. Based on the skills they know their employees need to posses or strengthen. If an employee was able to pick their own training, they may choose things to help them grow as an individual and not benefit the company as a whole. 3. Training is delivered to employees in a variety of ways: Computer based modules Face to face Classroom setting Team training On-the-job Shadowing Outside seminars Simulations How would you provide training in the following situations?
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New hire being trained as a bank teller. Shadowing – so the employee knows the day-to-day task, as well as see how each customer or client should be handled. Bank teller being trained on a systems upgrade
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2012 for the course SHR 355 taught by Professor Cho during the Spring '10 term at Syracuse.

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