Training Methods For Employees Get Trained And Based On What Needs?

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Training “The average yearly expenditure for each employee enlarged to 955$ which was 820 for two years” according to SHRM Website (2004-2006). What is training? How can employees get trained and based on what needs? How much each training methods cost? How often should the employee get trained? These entire questions the Human Resources employee mush know how to addresses them correctly. Training is a problem when the HR department doesn’t know how to implement it or when to give an employee a training program. Employees are the asset and keys for a company’s success and revues. The company must well train their employee to get the best performance from them. Companies have different views regarding training. Some companies invest on their employees and consider the amount of money as investment to be return by the employee’s high performance. On the other hand, other companies view training, as a cost and waste of time. Also, employee’s behavior and actions are different toward receiving a training course. Some employees feel motivated to have a training course, while other feels they don’t need a training course to perform their jobs.
Training is: ‘the process of teaching employees the skills necessary to perform a job.” Robert Lussier & John Hendon writes this definition. According to Smriti Chand: there are several different types of training. Each type has its own advantages and disadvantages. The first example of training types is, on job training. Employee has the…

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