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Employee Training

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Employee training importance

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Employee Training

  1. 1. Employee Training Taylor Wilson
  2. 2. Who We Are • Medium sized paper manufacturing company named Dunder Mifflin • Based in Scranton, PA • Employees include receptionist, sales team, accounting, human resources, and warehouse workers
  3. 3. Why is Employee Training Important? • “Companies with high-impact learning programs delivered profit growth three times greater than competing firms” • Why? If you can keep your employees current and skilled, you can evolve and perform better than your competitors. • Training programs can keep people engaged with their work – and not looking for jobs elsewhere (Kinicki & Williams, 2018)
  4. 4. On-the Job Training • Training that takes place in the work setting while employees are performing job-related tasks • Time and cost effective • Allows hands-on learning • Encourages teamwork and collaboration between employees
  5. 5. Computer Based Training • Flexible • Cost effective • Employees can work at their own pace • Training can be tailored for each individual employee and their specific job requirements
  6. 6. Classroom Training • The weakest training method for small-to-medium sized businesses • “Classroom training requires a trainer, a room, materials and enough learners to make the training worth the investment” (McDermott, 2017) • Some training may not apply to all employees
  7. 7. My Recommendation • I recommend on-the-job training to increase productivity and learning retention • New hires will be paired with a mentor/trainer who will be responsible for teaching the required tasks, attitudes, and behaviors. • Classroom training and Computer based training will require both time to plan and execute as well as initial monetary investment. • On the job training is fast and efficient to promote high performance.
  8. 8. References • Kinicki, A., & Williams, B. K. (2018). Management: a practical introduction (8th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Education. • McDermott, R. (2017). Are You Ready for Computer-Based Training? Retrieved April 15, 2018, from https://www.qualitydigest.com/aug01/ html/cbt.html

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