Training and Career

Topics: Human resource management, Management, Training Pages: 43 (14346 words) Published: June 18, 2013
Training & Development of Employees within the International Organizations BACHELOR PAPER I
submitted at the

IMC Fachhochschule Krems (University of Applied Sciences)

Bachelor Programme

“Export Oriented Management”
by

Patricia TSCHILTSCH Bernhard OSOND Viktoriia OSOND

Area of focus: Human Resources Management Coach:

des.Hon.Prof.(FH) Maria Veronika Surböck

Submitted on: 30.11.2012

Table of Content
Training & Development (Theory part) ............................................................................. 3 Conclusion ...................................................................................................................... 11 List of references ............................................................................................................. 13 CASE I developed by Patricia Tschiltsch ......................................................................... 14 Acknowledgement........................................................................................................... 22 Case Questions ................................................................................................................ 23 List of References ........................................................................................................... 24 CASE II developed by Bernhard Osond .......................................................................... 25 Acknowledgement........................................................................................................... 33 Case Questions ................................................................................................................ 34 List of References: .......................................................................................................... 35 CASE III developed by Viktoriia Osond .......................................................................... 36 Acknowledgment ............................................................................................................ 46 Case Questions ................................................................................................................ 47 List of References: .......................................................................................................... 48 Conclusion ......................................................................................................................... 49 Acknowledgement ............................................................................................................. 51

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TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT (THEORY PART) Workplace Training is the traditional way how to explain certain roles and tasks to an employee. That can be “how to operate with machines” in an industrial company or simply the introduction to an office job in the service sector. Nowadays experts figured out, that training includes much more than just the operational tasks. The development of employees, no matter in which hierarchy level leads to more innovation, motivation and efficiency. A well-structured recruiting process and a clear focus on the labor market are the first important steps to hire the right people for the right positions within the organization, but that´s not the end of the story. Steady and permanent development of an employee is a broad process which is conducted through the all stages of his or her lifecycle in the company. The learning starts from the very first day when the new employee comes and gets integrated. Only motivated people will bring best results, not only for the departments, but the whole organization and its employees. First of all, employees have to get introduced to their daily-routine work which is also called “a narrow focus”. Secondly, more broad and general skills are needed, in order to understand the organizations system and structure and therefore to get prepared for their future responsibilities. Often the best innovative ideas are...

References: Source: Gomex-Mejia et.al., Managing Human resources, Pearson Education, Delhi, 2003,Page 260
Training is also used as a method of competitive advantage
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