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Employee Training and Career Development Paper

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Employee Training and Career Development Paper
HRM/300
September 23, 2012
Dr. Laura-Ann Migliore

Employee Training and Career Development Paper
Inside any successful organization, there will be strong training and career development programs and systems. To recognize strong training and career development programs, one should know the: definition, methods, successes, HRM involvement, and their own wants and needs. To clarify understanding of these, the following will be described in detail: training and development by definition and how they fit into most organizations; the various methods used to train and promote career development; the direct correlation to organizational growth and success from training and development; the clearly defined role of Human Resource Management (HRM) in career development; and, finally, employees looking toward the future and what they may want and should look for in their career development. As aforementioned, the first step is in understanding training and how it fits into organizations. Development and Training

Training and development are paramount for the success of any organization. A company that does not grow is a company that cannot succeed. To grow, organizations must keep current on the latest technologies and practices. The online business dictionary defines development and training as, “the official and ongoing educational activities within an organization designed to enhancement the fulfillment and performance of employees” (The Business Dictionary, 2012). By this definition, providing employees with continued educational activities. This is how a company can keep employees current and with the most up to date practices. These continued educational activities come in a variety of training methods. Training Methods

There are many different forms of training methods available to organizations. These methods include but are not limited to: job rotation, assistant-to positions, committee assignment, lecture...
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