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●To fulfill Organizations future Personnel Needs: - When the need arises,organizational vacancies can be staffed from internal sources. If an organizationinitiates and maintains an adequate training programme.●Standardization of Procedures: - Trained employees will work intelligently andmake fewer mistakes when they possess the required know- how and have anunderstanding of their jobs.8.4. Benefits to Employees89
●Personal Growth: - Employees on a personal basis gain individually fromtraining. They secure wider awareness, enlarged skill and enhanced personalgrowth.●Development of new skills: - Training improves the performance of the employeesand makes him more useful and productive. The skill developed through trainingserves as a valuable personal asset to the employee. It remains permanently withthe employee.●Higher Earning Capacity: - By imparting skills, training facilities higherremuneration and other monetary benefits to the employee. Thus, training helpseach employee utilize and develop his full potential.●Helps adjust with changing Technology: - Old employees need refresher trainingto enable them keep abreast of the changing methods, techniques and use ofsophisticated tools and equipment.●Increased Safety: - Proper training can help prevent industrial accidents. Trainedworkers handle the machines safely. Thus, they are less prone to industrialaccidents. A safe work environment also leads to a more stable mental attitude onthe part of the employees.●Confidence: - Training creates a feeling of confidence in the minds of employees.It gives safety and security to them in the organization.8.5. Training Process a.Training need identification:Determining the need for training is the first step in thetraining process. It can be done through identifying the strength and weakness of theorganization, the departments or the individuals. Some of the areas that may indicate needfor training include accidents, excessive scrap, high labor turn-over, quality and quantityof outputs, special problems of a department, etc. For effective training need identification, analysis should be one in four areas Organizational analysis:assessing the internal and external factors affecting theorganization. 90
Task analysis:identification of the tasks required to do a job and the relatedhuman resource requirement to do the tasks. This is usually appropriate to identifytraining needs of employees who are new to their jobs. Performance Analysis:evaluation of the individuals on the job and their skillsand abilities. It involves identifying a deficiency and then correcting it with newequipment, a new employee, a training program, or some other adjustment. Customer survey:analysis of customer satisfaction with the service they’rebeing provided by employees.