Human Resource Management In The Maersk Group
Maersk started as a small family owned shipping company that experienced significant growth as they moved into a more global shipping company. As the company continued to grow and expand, their old method of hiring and training employees was becoming less effective and efficient. In fact, they were losing employees to competitors and the employees that remained often did not have the skills needed for the company to remain competitive in the global market. As a result, Maersk found themselves in a position where they needed to evaluate their employment practices to remain …show more content…
An effective assessment will allow the training department to focus in on those areas that have the greatest need. Specifically, the assessment should provide insight into those areas or staff that is in need of training as well as identify what kind of training is needed.
There are generally three areas of focus with a training needs assessment. Those are:
Organization Analysis: Which is an analysis of the workplace and company which is centered around the environment, strategies, and resources of the organization. In addition, other issues such as technological change, globalization, quality improvement and employee-empowerment initiatives as well as any mergers and acquisition and restructuring might also need review to determine if training in needed.
Task Analysis: Which can be defined as the process of determining what the content of a training program should be; based on a study of the tasks and duties involved in the job. This information can be obtained by performing a job analysis. This process is broken out in two