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Employee training and development are part of good management practices and good risk management strategies. The following issues and changes in an organization many indicate the need for employee training and development:

  • Employee's request
  • Employee survey results
  • Evaluation deficiencies
  • Individual development plan
  • Law and regulation changes
  • Need to develop new leaders
  • New employee
  • New equipment
  • New manager
  • New program
  • New technology
  • Reassignment
  • Safety issues

At the same time as the need for employee training and development is increasing, it can be argued that the time and money available in organizations for traditional forms of learning such as formal training courses has decreased. To meet this gap between the need for training and its accessibility, we've identified a variety of inexpensive methods for employee development that can offer longer leaves than the law requires. Or, your policy can stipulate that employees will be paid while they are on leave. By using these methods in a deliberate and thoughtful way, performance of your employees and your organization can be improved.