The task analysis will gather data about the job

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applicants’ current skills and those recognized as essential to fit the job requirements. The task analysis will gather data about the job requirements for creating a comprehensive training program. A task analysis is an in-depth description of what skills are needed to perform the job
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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT effectively and efficiently. The organizational analysis is used to make determinations for implementing the training that best fits the businesses strategies. “SMART goals are an effective method while setting up for an individual’s objective. This also serves as a form of communication between the employees and the line manager. SMART goals are used as a form of performance enhancer tools, if not followed properly, it can lead to poor performance and wastage of time for the whole team.” (Reddy, 2018) Goals are easier and much more likely to be accomplished if they are specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and time-oriented. When being specific it is important that you include who, what, why, where, and how. Being specific defines the anticipated outcome of objectives for your training plan. Measurability includes how much. For example, it may include how much time or money. May even include a scale as an indicator for completion. When training you need to be able to measure the results. Using tests or skills assessments allows the trainer to know if the trainees are learning and absorbing the information being taught. “Goals should be quantitative and descriptive (“Develop 5 new proposals for the Sales department.”) “They can also be written to describe a degree of progress that is to be achieved. A little secret when it comes to making goals measurable: think numbers.” ("The SMART Goal Concept: Effectively Managing Performance", 2018) “A goal is only meaningful if it’s achievable. Keeping this in mind helps you avoid training programs that are overly ambitious and lofty.” (Farwell, 2018) Goals must be achievable and realistic. If you set goals that are unachievable it can end with disappointment, cause unnecessary anxiety, and decrease effectiveness of the group. Keep
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