On-the-job training by was voted as the preferred method of training by 71 successful organisations with separate training departments. However, budgetary restrictions and corporate structure are often a barrier to its implementation. Continuous assessment and feedback are required to ensure that on-the-job training is motivating, productive and profitable for organisations.
Job seekers also need well-designed, structured and professionally delivered training. This should be their priority when choosing career-related programmes.
“Training is critical for growth and development of employees in the organisation and also to retain talent”,
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