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Features of Successful Organizational Training

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Why is training an important requirement for organizations to undertake? Have you participated in organizational training, and if so, do you feel that it was successful? Why, or why not?

The solution includes an in-depth discussion on why employers require organizational training. There is also a "real world" example of an employee training scenario; to assist in defining what makes training a successful venture.

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Training is vital to keep employees updated on current trends, skills and abilities required to efficiently perform job duties. A vast majority of jobs involve technology; whether it be computers, machinery, tools or equipment. Without training, employees may be "stuck in a rut" of performing their job as it has "always" been done. This mentality may result in wasted time and energy. Employees are often an organization's most costly resource and to avoid training which may ...

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Just about employee can recount a training experience on the job. Employers provide organizational training to ensure that personnel know how to perform their jobs and remain current on policies, procedures and skills. This solution is over 300 words and provides rationales for why training is so vital. There is also a "real world" example of an employee training scenario; to assist in defining what makes training a successful venture.

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