For this paper I couldn't really just choose one question to do my
paper on so I decided to do it on all of Chapter 7 which covers .
Some of the things that I will be writing about will be 1) what are some
characteristics of a good trainer? 2) Why would a manager need to train a
new employee who already has experience? 3) What is wrong with evaluating
trainee performance with a system that uses terms such as "unacceptable",
"poor", "acceptable", "good", and "excellent"? 4) What steps should you
take to prepare for a group-training meeting. 5) What are some myths about
training, and why are they myths? 6) And what are the different ways to
train someone?

The first thing that I am ...

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have to be able to train others on how to do these
new positions.

Management executives are now pushing for more effective training,
by budgeting for it and asking for progress reports. These companies that
are really serious about training spent about 30% of their training budget
on research. This includes follow-up and evaluation of the training
programs. These programs are now disproving the six main myths about
training. These myths are 1) positions turn over so fast, it doesn't pay
to train. 2) Experienced employees don't need training. 3) What do we have
a human resources department for? 4) Training is a waste of time. 5)
Training is simple. Anybody can do it. 6) Employees always resist training.

The first myth is "positions turn over so fast, it doesn't pay to
train." This is a myth because if you train your employees well, they will
be less likely to leave. Also, if you don't train your employees then they
won't know anything about their jobs an everything will just go ...

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It is actually use for a totally
different purpose, and that is to hire and fire employees. They also help
with the handling of complaints and other things like that. But it is not
their responsibility to train employees and that is what many people tend
to believe about the human resources department, and it is false.

Another myth about training is "training is a waste of time". This
statement is totally absurd. I feel this way because in my opinion
training is not a waste of time by any means. This is because if you
didn't train your employees you would have a bunch of people running
around like chickens that just got their heads chopped off. While on the
other hand if you ...

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