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Flexible In-service Training Methods to Reinforce Employees

Monday, February 8th, 2010

In-service training is one of the most popular ways to help employees develop their skills in a specific discipline or occupation. This training offers them good chances to make improvements and also companies benefit a lot from it. On the other hand, there are indeed some shortcomings of this on-the-job training. Most typically, in-service training is conducted during a break in the individuals’ work schedule, so it will take up employee’s time for rest and also it is not easy to appoint a fixed time with so many people. Therefore, employers or trainers need to take some flexible training measures.

CBT training offers more freedom.

Computer Based Training (CBT) is used more and more in the big as well as small corporations. It has worked with an astounding rate of success. Distant learning, online courseware sharing system, etc. are robust assistants for learning in service.

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Conducting New Hire Training to Reduce Turnover

Monday, September 21st, 2009

High turnover is a head-breaking problem for companies. For many companies, new-hires leave before their probationary period is ended. If your company has a high turnover rate than your competitor, you will lose your good employees to your competitors. Also, your business will also suffer from high costs of attracting, recruiting and training the new staff. So, new hire training is the first important thing to reduce the rate of turnover and enhance the acculturation and productivity of new employees in companies.

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