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staff's level of expertise within their niche. Also, leadership skills are measured to show staff's ability to take the initiative. Google's last criteria is measuring the staff's ability to have a presence within the company. These measures are rated on a five-point scale between needs improvement to superb. Importance of Training to Meet Organizational Needs and Performance Goals
ASSESSMENT 2 - PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT AND TRAINING 5 Noe, R., Hollenbeck, J., Gerhart, B., and Wright, P. (2019) explain the importance of training to meet organizational needs and performance goals. The authors describe that organizations need to establish training programs that are effective in which they are designed to fully and successfully teach skills and behaviors to the staff. Training programs are instructional by design, and once implemented, the results should be evaluated. To assess the need for training, companies should analyze their readiness and needs and the task's knowledge, skills, and behavior. The analysis should determine the appropriateness of training by evaluating the company's characteristics, strategies, resources, and management support. The need for training is based on which task will be performed, such as equipment, workplace environment, time constraints, workplace safety, and performance standards. Alex Kakavelakis' (2018) article How Google Creates Impactful Employee Training discusses Google's training process. According to the article, Google uses microlearning training, which is a method of training staff over time with small pieces of information. Google uses this training system because it is a cost-effective, more efficient learning approach and provides constant training during the staff's employment period. Kakavelakis, A. (2018) identifies microlearning is not used to teach complicated skills but crucial skills such as analytical, collaboration, leadership skills, etc. Once the staff completes a skills training program, their sills are tested through common workplace situations. Explain How Training and Performance Management Protect an Organization From Possible Litigation
ASSESSMENT 2 - PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT AND TRAINING 6 To prevent potential lawsuits, companies must make sure that performance management and training systems treat employees equally, without regard to gender, race, or other protected status. Through establishing valid performance measures and training method should accurately evaluate staff's performance. Establish systems are legally defensible when based on behaviors and results. Policies should include a process for coaching, training improvements, and avoid dismissing staff due to poor performance.

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