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Some training is required by federal or state law, other training is discretionary, but whichever you need, good training is essential to your company’s success. Let HR Daily Advisor give you the quick-reading and easy-to-implement training ideas you need for your kind of business.

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Training & Development Survey Results: How Do You Compare?

Training Methods

Our survey shows the following methods used regularly for training employees.

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Training and Development Survey Results in; How Do You Compare?

Highlights of the 2014 Training and Development Survey

  • New hire orientation is the most commonly offered training topic, followed by sexual harassment and emergency procedures.
  • HR conducts the training at 78 percent of respondents’ businesses.
  • In the coming years, 86 percent expect to use more online training.

Thanks to all 1,052 participants in the 2014 Training and Development Survey! Here are the detailed results:

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How to Create a Team Charter

By Jilaine Parkes, president and founder of Sprigg Talent Management Systems

Creating and agreeing on a team charter can set team projects up for success. This is an opportunity to ensure that everyone involved at the team (and senior management) level knows why the project needs to be carried out, understands what the objectives and measures of success are, and has a clear idea of who is doing what and with what resources.

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Myers Briggs—The Psychological Scales

By Jilaine Parkes, president and founder of Sprigg Talent Management Systems

Did you know that the fundamentals of how we think are usually fixed by the time we are 3 or 4 years old although the brain continues to allow some plasticity until puberty?!

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Documentation—the Good, the Bad, the Missing

In yesterday’s Advisor we featured the first four of the training topics that keep you out of court; today, topics 5 and 6, documentation and firing.

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The 6 Key Training Topics that Will Keep You Out of Court

There is a bewildering amount of training that new managers and supervisors need, but these six topics should probably come first if you want to stay out of court.

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Infographic: 2014 Training Trends & HR’s Role in the Training Process

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In a new BLR Training and Development survey, over 1,050 organizations provided insights regarding their employee training practices and methods. They also provided details about the responsibility of human resources (HR) in the training process.

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Inflated Ratings Mean Lawsuits Down the Line–Guaranteed

In yesterday’s Advisor we featured the Four M’s of good goalsetting; today, the legal pitfalls that threaten every manager doing appraisals.

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‘They Never Told Me I Had to Be on Time Every Day’

Yes, it seems ridiculous, but “they never told me” is a standard defense in employment lawsuits. It plays to the jury’s sense of fairness, and it plays pretty well.

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Basic Rules to Keep New Supervisors and Managers Out of Trouble

Yesterday’s Advisor showed why “no good deed goes unpunished” applies to new supervisors and managers. Today, more tips, and five rules.

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