The Importance Of Employee Training

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Register to read the introduction… It also improves productivity efforts. “It is improbable to produce improvements in human performance without relying, to one degree or another, on training” (Asim, Waqas, & Cheema, 2012). To determine if training should be necessary or required, it would be important for the supervisor to look back at past training modules and new processes. Employees may need retraining on assembling tuning devices and the importance of quality work ethics. Audits of employee training will focus on task evaluations, work practices, and methods in an attempt to address the problem that has been affecting the employee’s quality of …show more content…
It is important as a supervisor to attempt to “improve managerial performance by imparting knowledge, changing attitudes, or increasing skills” (Dessler, 2011, p. 155). Improving managerial skills can assist with implementing ways to improve employee performance and development. As a supervisor, it is important to work on goals and to figure out which goals are not working for your employees. A supervisor needs to assess their management skills to see if it is hindering or affecting the employee’s work ethics. Feedback on employee knowledge or changes in quality need to further discussion with employees on a weekly base especially if there has been a significant decrease in the quality of work. Another factor that a supervisor must ask is how often appraisal performances are conducted and what affect that has been having on the employee’s work quality. Appraisals help the supervisor make “promotion and salary raise decisions”, it lets the supervisor develop “a plan for correcting any deficiencies” (the quality of tuning devices), and it facilitates career planning by “providing an opportunity to review the employee’s career plans in light of his or her exhibited strengths and weaknesses” (Dessler, 2011, p.170). Creating an appraisal process can shine light on the current issue with the employee’s work quality. If the employees have not been given a goal and/or do not …show more content…
Constant monitoring of training and development will assess how the training succeeds. The supervisor will devote time to ensuring that employees get the training programs that is most appropriate for them given their existing skill sets. The supervisor will improve their managing skills and take into consideration any changes in the work environment that has been affecting productivity levels. Assessing these factors will assist in closing the gap between how the employees currently perform in their assembling work and how they need to perform to meet company

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