Steps to Take in Training an Employee
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Steps to Take in Training an Employee

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    Mike M.
    UG
    Mike M.

    1,some companies are not follow the basic steps for employee training first and foremost to abandon costs involved. And an advantage for this it can keep an employee green about his or her rights plus benefits at work place which secures the company for any misunderstandings between the employees. 2, a mentor should be Reliable, optimistic, flexible ,consistency in actions, Ready to learn more and more, and experienced .3 no and I think I missed a lot to know thanks please

    ELAINE E.
    US
    ELAINE E.

    Response to the "Thought Tool". Being that the expectation for all employees was implemented then it must be followed through. If Casey is exempt from the process at this point it shows favoritism among the management team. He must be able to adhere to the same requirements as everyone else "ALL employees".

    Francis W.
    KE
    Francis W.

    I would not let Casey go. I would talk to Casey and show the purpose of following the procedures of a company regardless of knowing or unknowing something.

    Francis W.
    KE
    Francis W.

    No, Training has been a problem and most of the staff do not stay for long

    Francis W.
    KE
    Francis W.

    Exercise 1. Companies do not follow the four steps because: Many companies have alot of work to perform and hence time becomes a limiting factor. - Few staff in an organisation is also another factor that makes companies avoid staff training. - Lack of experts in ICT to use technology is also another factor. 2. A mentor should be a person who is - Patient even if the new employee takes time to understand issues of the company - Knowledgeable about the organisation.

    Abdurrahman N.
    AF
    Abdurrahman N.

    A good mentor possesses the following qualities: 1. Willingness to share skills, knowledge, and expertise. 2. Demonstrates a positive attitude and acts as a positive role model. 3. Takes a personal interest in the mentoring relationship. 4. Exhibits enthusiasm in the field. 5. Values ongoing learning and growth in the field.

    Rebecca P.
    AE
    Rebecca P.

    My thoughts on the qualities a mentor should have: 1. Emotional intelligence 2. Caring attitude towards colleagues and customers 3. Seasoned 4. Trustworthy (ability to keep the company's reputation intact) 5. Patience

    Harold Success G.
    LR
    Harold Success G.

    With regards to letting Casey go, I won't let him go right away, but will prevail on him to do the training if he insists he would not do the training then, I let him go. Though it will be expensive to let him go, it will be fair to do so. If not, other employees would emulate him. Another option, would be to review the training approach for not just Casey but all employees. I think our objective should be to have people willingly do the training but not coerce them. Flexibility it a key factor in modern HR management and should be integrated in most if not all aspects of people management.

    Nasiba R.
    UZ
    Nasiba R.

    In my point of view a mentor should be patient, responsible, should have willing and experience to share skills, he should show honesty Concerning Casey, First I will try to explain him the importance of training. Then If he insists, I will let him go. Otherwise it would be shown as favoritism

    Janaki B.
    IN
    Janaki B.

    My previous organization didn't do a good job in managing the turnover as they had a very poor approach in hiring and training an employee.

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