training and development

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Training and Development Importance of Training: 1. Optimum Utilization of Human Resources 2. Development of Human Resources 3. Development of skills of employees 4. Productivity 5. Team spirit 6. Organization Culture 7. Organization Climate 8. 9. Quality 10. Healthy work environment 11. Health and Safety 12. Morale 13. Image 14. Profitability Training and Development aids in organizational development i.e. Organization gets more effective decision making and problem solving. It helps in understanding and carrying out organisational policies Training and Development helps in developing leadership skills, motivation, loyalty, better attitudes, and other aspects that successful workers…show more content…
High-speed information technologies are essential for just-in-time production; they also make possible multinational networking and new ways of accessing knowledge. Managers and office personnel need ongoing training in these communication technologies to keep up with the dynamic information flow necessary to compete successfully in business today. 4. Increasing workforce diversity T YPES OF TRAINING NEEDED FOR A CHANGING WORKPLACE. Carnevale 's seven basic workplace skills (1990, pp. 2-3), employees need training in the organization: 1. Learning how to learn 2. Reading, writing, and mathematics 3. Communicating and listening 4. Problem solving and creative thinking 5. Goal setting and developing their career potential 6. Relating to others and working in teams 7. Sharing leadership roles. HRD Sub-System : Performance Appraisal: Performance appraisal is the process of determining how well a worker is performing his job. It provides a mechanism for identification of qualities and deficiencies observed in an employee in relation to his job performance. The object of appraisal is to determine the present state of efficiency of a worker in order to establish the actual need for training. The process of performance appraisal consists of: · Setting standards for performance · Communicating the standard to the employees · Measuring the performance ·
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