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HR Ch. 8

Frear HR Ch. 8

Orientation The introduction of new employees to the organization, work unit, and job.
Organizational Orientation General orientation that presents topics of relevance and interest to all employees.
Departmental and Job Orientation Specific orientation that describes topics unique to the new employee's specific department or job.
Orientation Kit A supplemental packet of written information for new employees.
Training Learning process that involves the acquisition of skills, concepts, rules, or attitudes to enhance employee performance.
Needs Assessment A systematic analysis of the specific training activities the organization requires to achieve its objectives.
On The Job Training (OJT) Training that shows the employee how to perform the job and allows him or her to do ti under the trainer's supervision.
Job Rotation Training that requires an individual to learn several different jobs in a work unit or department and perform each job for a specified time period.
Apprenticeship Training Giving instructions, both on and off the job, in the practical and theoretical aspects of the work required in a highly skilled occupation.
Classroom Training The most familiar training method; useful for quickly imparting information to large groups with little or no knowledge of the subject.
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