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traditional training methods

• induction
allows the employer to set expectations of the new employee; employee is given clear guidelines; costly and time intensive

• on the job
lower costs; minimal disruption to the working day; narrow experiences for the employee; not suitable for fast-moving tech industries

• off the job
expensive; wide perspective for employee; takes time to put into practice

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modern training methods

• cognitive training (psychological testing and ability to think creative and fast
• behavioral training (helping to develop skills for employees, which, according to Herzberg, makes them more motivated)

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appraisal and its positive consequences

assessment of performance; if done effectively it can following consequences:
• the employer has the opportunity to restate objectives and vision for the company
• the employer can praise high-performing workers and reaffirm their role in the future of the organisation
• employees may get a chance to voice their concerns

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types of appraisal

FORMATIVE
occurs when employees are being monitored to see wether they have acquired a particular skill as their job is proceed

SUMMATIVE
a formal interview to present evidence to justify a particular point, leading to new goals and personal growth

360 FEEDBACK AND SELF-APPRAISAL
surveys are taken to receive feedback from all workers; any employee can give feedback about any other employee or manager