Organizational Development The OD specialist or consultant is responsible for

Organizational development the od specialist or

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Organizational Development The OD specialist or consultant is responsible for conducting organizational research, analysis and identifying issues with performance evaluations and improvements. This information is gathered through developing relationships with internal clients,
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Motors and More, INC. collecting survey data and is given to management and employees as feedback for development. Health and Safety The safety specialist or coordinator’s role is to conduct inspections to ensure compliance with OSHA regulations. They are also responsible for implementing procedures to maintain a safe working environment by training staff members on health and wellness information, filing accident reports, and maintaining security for the facilities. Training and Development The training and development team is “responsible for the development of the organization’s intellectual capital.” [Don07] This team coordinates the designing and delivery of employee orientation and performance management. Within this team there are various roles and responsibilities which typically include a Training/Performance Consultant and coordinator, Designer, Developer, Facilitator and Evaluator. Training consultants research the organization and develops performance improvement methods by prioritizing needs, giving access to funding and transfer of knowledge, and provides feedback to the development staff. Training coordinators typically are responsible
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Motors and More, INC. for promoting learning experiences by providing courses, enrolling participants for these courses, and maintaining records of attendance and performance. Designers conduct needs assessments by writing goals and objectives, determines learning strategies, and developing evaluation plans. Developers work in conjunction with designers for learning strategies and cultivate guides and materials for training sessions. Facilitators actually present information for learning experiences and training sessions and provide feedback to employees, designers, and developers. Finally, Evaluators work with designers and clients to conduct all levels of evaluation from internal skills assessments to course effectiveness. Employee Relations The employee relations specialist evaluates potential issues between employee and employer and works to design, implement, and analyze employee surveys. They also develop employee handbooks, providing counseling for employees, provides accommodations for disabled employees, and guarantee that employee rights are not violated. Compensation This area has two separate areas under benefits and Salary administration. Benefits analysts or administrators develop benefits packages to retain employees including health plans and retirement
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