First Post—Module 3
A common form of training is cooperative training. There are two widely used cooperative training methods: internships and apprentice training. In both forms of training, there is a combination of classroom training (formal education) and on-the-job training (experience) that can be used for career development. Based on your experiences, discuss the added value of cooperative training. How do we as HRM professionals objectively determine the “value” of cooperative training? Then, discuss the problems of cooperative training that should be taken into consideration by human resource professionals. Finally, make a recommendation as to how cooperative training can be assessed and used for succession planning.
Support your post with additional information from at least two reputable sources (library and/or web-based). Cite your sources. Bring in your own personal experiences, if applicable.
Please answer the questions below. Use question and answer (Q&A) format for your response; in other words, include the original question along with your answer in the reply. Within your post support your responses with information from at least two reputable sources (library and/or web-based) and provide the full citation at the end. Use APA format for your references. Include your own personal experiences, if applicable.
- What position/positions in your organization are accountable for workplace relations in your organization? What impact do they have? What programs are in place to impact relations at work? Provide specific examples.
- If you were an HR manager in a private-sector organization, what key programs would you implement to improve employee-employer relations? Why?
- How would you determine the added value of your programs?