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Creating Talents from New Hires

By SiliconIndia   |   Monday, October 29, 2012
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Bangalore: Hiring candidates and turning them into ‘Great hire’ is not an easy job. It takes some time and strategies to imply the whole process. Often, we find that after hiring a candidate they are left to figure out regarding their new job. This turns out to be a total waste of time and money. In this scenario the employee can either become frustrated or resign from the job or simply gets terminated due to lack of productivity. This will lead to the same cycle of hiring again.

Employee turnover can cost huge amount of money to the company. But a little attention on job competencies and company goals can make a huge difference. Thetrainingfactor.com highlighted a list of topics on which employees should be trained during the session. It is important to provide live trainings, organize webinars and e-learning for your employees. From the day, a feedback is given about the employee, the HR should start inspecting whether the employee meets the expected benchmark or not. If they don’t meet the expected benchmark, they should be given appropriate training. Furthermore, their performance should also be reviewed either annually or based on their hire date.

The infographic below designed by thetrainingfactor.com provides some tips that will help an organization set up their training process.




 


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