Throwback Thursday: Finding, Training & Retaining Employees

Even though there is no lack of coverage on the skilled workforce gap, we cannot deny its severity or the need for a commitment to do something about it. That's why I thought it was appropriate to use today's post to point you back to a series we did a few years ago that discussed how to find, train and retain a solid workforce.

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With the ongoing skilled workforce dilemna, I thought it was appropriate to use today's post to point you back to a series we did a few years ago that provided tips for finding, training and retaining a solid workforce. In this series of articles, Ryan Pohl, a journeyman CNC machinist who also holds a master's degree in industrial training and development, and who has been a teacher in the public high school and community college systems, as well as a corporate trainer and consultant, offers insight into numerous learning and teaching approaches for Structured TrainingDetailed Training Plans, Apprenticeship TrainingRTI and On-the-Floor LearningRelated Technical Instruction OptionsRelated Technical Instruction JustificationMore Related Technical Instruction JustificationThe Role of an Educational PhilosophyBenefits of a Learner-Centered Educational PhilosophyThe Value of a Training Needs Analysis, Evaluating Training Resources and Identifying and Examining Training Constraints. Take this opportunity to read up and then commit to putting into action some of the plans outlined.

 

 

 
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