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HRM Employee Training

Jared Baggette
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Transcript of HRM Employee Training

Employee Training by: Jared Baggette What is the difference between employee training and employee development? Training and Development The process of providing employees with specific skills or helping them correct deficiencies in their performance. Employee Training Employee Development An effort to provide employees with the abilities the organization will need in the future. Development Training versus Development Now and Future Training Focus Scope Time Frame Goal Current Job Current and Future Job Individual Employees Work Group or Organization Immediate Long Term Fix Current Skill Deficit Prepare for Future Work Demands Managers Must Consider if the Training is: Effective Training Is it a solution to the problem? Are the goals of training clear and realistic? Is training a good investment? Will the training work? Not all performance problems call for training Does Training Provide the Solution? Many are outside the worker's control so are not affected by training. Example: Unclear or conflicting requests, morale problems, and poor quality materials Is the duration or frequency enough for desired effects? Are Training Goals Realistic? Will the cost of training be returned to the company? Good Business Investment? How can Corporate Culture effect training effectiveness? Will the Training Work? Some companies reimburse the educational expenses of employees who take classes on their own. In an era when people can count less on a single employer to provide them with a job over the course of their careers, do you think employers have a responsibility to encourage their employees to pursue educational opportunities? A Question of Ethics Cutting Training Costs Needs Assessment The Training Process Each Objective should be: Objectives of Training Conducting Training Slides and Videotapes Delivery Methods Types of Training Assessing the Effectiveness Average PU Student Business Expert! +1 Day of Class Employee Training Expert HRM Students What are the reasons for training? Are the goals stated clearly and understood? Goals should be specific What is a good goal? What is a bad goal? Example: Taking a salesperson with no technical abilities and training them to be an engineer. Will the company ever break even? Employers/Management need to budget the cost of training and the end result of the benefits of a better trained employee. Are They Worth Training? Wooo! A Day Out of the Office! We enjoy learning new things. Transfer of Training ? ? ? ? ? ? Be a teacher Increase Training Transfer Assign yourself Homework Develop your own Job Aids Get a training partner Ask for help. Do you need it? Give training a strategic alignment Look Inside Top-Down Approach Peer Based Training Appoint Coaches Employees with Special skills or Experience Do you Need it? Limit training to what is needed. Focus on the necessary Will training improve/solve the problem? Will training prevent some legal issues? Give Training a Strategic Alignment Make the training work for your (company's) goals Move the company forward Company will have a payoff E Learning 50-70% Cheaper Eliminates Training Hours Eliminates Travel Costs No Relocation costs Recyclable Be sure its effective! Possible Problems? Development Training Evaluation Conduct Training Challenging Precise Achievable Understood by all Presentation Options Types of Training Can be ON or OFF Job Location Options Examples? Relevant
Cheaper
Immediate Work
No lost Wages On the Job Pros On the Job Cons Lost Business
Errors
Damaged Goods/Equip
Quality
Who can teach? Off the Job training The good alternative? Extended uninterrupted study
Classroom environment
Expensive vacation
Environmental Mismatch Teletraining Computers
Simulations Virtual Reality Classroom instruction and Role-Plays Skills Training Retraining Cross-Functional Training Team Training Creativity Training Literacy Training Diversity Training Crisis Training Ethics Training Customer Service Training Legal Issues Equal Opportunity Orientation and Socialization Set the tone of the future sound track! Watch It Location Options Finding A Teacher Within Should you make an investment without checking to see if you made and money? SO DONT LEAVE OUT THIS STEP! Level Four Level Framework 1 2 3 4 Type of Measurement Reaction at time of training Learning of Content Use of New Skills/Knowledge at Job Company's Return on training investment women/men majority/minority old/young ugly/pretty Highly Educated/Under Educated Executive/Worker Orientation The Process of informing new employees about what is expected of them in the job and helping them cope with the stresses of the transition. Socialization Long term process with several phases that helps employees acclimate themselves to the new organization, understand its culture and the company's expectations, and settle into the job. Look Inside Consider E-Learning Three Phases of Socialization Anticipatory Encounter Settling In Realistic Job Preview Lets Talk Real Life Mentor Program Opening SMART Goals Most Common in organizations Skills Training Need or deficit is identified Specific training objectives generated Training content developed to reach those goals Specifics and steps are often forgotten Job Aides Job Aides help remind employees of the specifics and other details that can easily be forgotten. These are external sources of information like posters, pamplets, Used with performance support systems reduces errors and increases efficiency Retraining Gives employees skills needed to keep pace in a changing environment. Cross-Functional Training teaches employees to perform operations in areas other than their assigned jobs. Job Rotation Team Training Two Types Content Tasks Group Processes directly relate to a team's goals way members function communication, interaction, and participation are key Creativity Training Can creativity be taught? How? Taught or encouraged? Literacy Training The abilities to write, speak, and work well with others 43% USA basic or below basic level Why would literacy be an issue in the work place? Should companies be responsible for providing literacy training? Why? Why now? Diversity Training Was to ensure different groups of people working in a company get along and cooperate. INCLUDE ALL GROUPS INCLUDING WHITE MALES! Important in Team Structures Move beyond debunking stereotypes! Crisis Training Accidents, disasters, and violence are a part of life. What should you do? Ethics Training Do ethics really matter to career and pocketbook? Customer Service Training Time to meet customer's expectations! Skills Exercise Employee Rating Supervisor Observation ROI So an English teacher comes to Taiwan and....? General Learning Tips Three Times Rule Multi-MEDIA RIGHT EAR Dominates! Type of Learner Tests Have employees report back Materials in Bathrooms and Resting Areas Immersion COLORS ROLE Speaker's Role
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