Career Development Paper
Knowledgeable and well trained employees are needed for every organization. It is important employees perform all tasks needed in order to reach the organizations needs and achieve the set goals. As times change, employees may stay behind in skills or may even lack training concerning new systems, technology or other procedures that the company may need concerning better performance. That is the time the importance of training is more evident. An organization has a large responsibility for their success that is why training, development, and career development is imperative to an organization. This paper intends to explain the role of training and career development in an organization’s development. Organization’s can improve their success by training and developing their employees. The role of training is constantly redefined. It is one of the most important parts of an organization’s strategy. The company may contribute by providing tools needed by the employees, as new expectations and needs arise. Training to guide employees and improve productivity, quality, work environment, morale, and profitability. It is important for an employer to increase the employee’s productivity because it enables the employee to help the organization reach and achieve set goals. Training also enables employees to produce high quality performance. Better training will provide an organization a more competitive advantage over others in industry. Better performing employees will help companies succeed, and training also helps build good employee relationships. There are a several employee development methods such as job rotation, assistant-to positions, committee assignment, lecture courses, seminars, simulations, and outdoor training. An organization uses job rotation to expose that employee to different positions within the company. By doing this, the...
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