Employee Orientation and Training Programs

Employee Orientation and Training Programs

Orientation

The process of orientation lays down the fundamental stone of an employee’s work life in an organization. It creates the first impression of the company to the employee. It helps in boosting confidence, imparts basic knowledge on the various functionalities, and introduces people and concepts that help an employee in the long run. It brings about uniformity, efficiency and a common vision among the employees.

Training Needs

Training is essential at every level of an organization. Without upgradation of skills one cannot be

a better performer. There should also be knowledge enhancement for new processes and technological advancements. Factors like new job operation, a change in process, new equipments to handle, and new recruitments demand training.

Some popular and mandatory training are focused on the below topics:

  • Basic skills – Training on fundamentals of the organizational conduct and of the job role
  • Technology – Incorporation of modern-day technology has necessitated the need for training at different levels of the organization. In order to bring in changes and achieve the desired goals, organizations are majorly dependant on technological trainings.
  • Interpersonal skills – This training facilitates good interaction and clear communication amongst employees.
  • Problem‐solving – This training has become the need of the hour as efficiency is directly related to problem solving skills. A number of times problem solving skills of the manpower reflect on their performance.
  • Diversity – Corporate world continuously keeps evolving through changes. No organization can succeed unless the employees are taught to be adaptable to changes and diversities.

Training methods

Training methods can be ideally divided into On-the-job and Off-the-job trainings.

  • On-the-job training
    On-the-job training is often considered to be the key to a successful training. Here trainees can experience real time and go through the process step by step by either observing or performing the desired tasks. Job Rotation and Mentoring Method are two of the very popular on-the-job training methods. Job Rotation requires engaging into a new while the existing tasks remain the same. Mentoring is a method where a beginner is mentored individually by an experienced member.
  • Off-the-job training
    Often on-the-job training lags behind in giving in-depth knowledge or intrinsic concepts to a trainee. This is when off-the-job training steps in. This can include programmed or game-based training, simulation or lecture-based trainings by internal or visiting faculties.
    Training programs brings about parity in work as well as stimulates and motivates to perform better. Whatever be the method, we cannot compromise on the need for trainings on a regular basis for better performance of the organization as a whole. And it keeps scope for further developmental plans for achieving long term goals.
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