Creating an Effective Training Program

November 2004
Business NH Magazine;Nov2004, Vol. 21 Issue 11, p20
Presents tips in creating an effective training program for employees in New Hampshire. Emphasis on assessing the worker's understanding of her tasks; Role of the management in meeting production numbers and quality standards; Provision of internal and external course to improve skills.


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