Career Development Plan Summary

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Career Development Plan Summary

University of Phoenix

Today’s economy demands that employers face the challenges that are associated with the economy, internal budget pressures, and a highly competitive business environment. Kudler Fine Foods is owned and operated by Kathy Kudler. She currently manages the business by herself which includes staffing, ordering of merchandise, marketing, and personalized customer service. With visions of growing the business, Kathy is stretched to the extreme and needs assistance with the leadership roles necessary to successfully operate and mature the business. Even though Kathy has managers and assistant managers in each store, she needs a team that can not only relieve her of some of her duties, but
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Works closely with marketing and sales team to ensure customer satisfaction. Entry level position, but prefes some customer service representative experience. Prefers someone knowledgeable with Kudler’s products and services. * Processes and Procedures Specialists – Works closely with business excellence specialist to ensure that the right metrics are used to measure the company’s performance. Bachelor’s degree or the equivalent of 3 years experience in program management.

Training Program Recommendations The development of an orientation process for new employees is critical in meeting new employee needs and instrumental in their long term success. The purpose of this training and mentoring program is to make new employees, rehires, and transfers feel welcome and facilitate their smooth transition into the Kudler Fine Food’s culture and work environment.

Training and Mentoring Program Objectives
The objectives of the new employee orientation are to provide the employee with a comprehensive, standard approach to integrating into the organization, any new employee, regardless of experience level. The new employee will receive an orientation of the organizations structure and culture, as well as an introduction to their new position and work group. The new program will provide the employee with a mentor who will support them through the orientation process and help them become productive quickly.

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