Training Plan to Deal with On-boarding Name: Professor: Course: Date: Challenge to be Addressed One of the common challenges human resource personnel faces is lack of preparation and orientation for newly hired employees. Essentially Many are not prepared for their job within the organization because of inadequate job-related training on company policies or procedures. After the first day of orientation new hires are left to figure out how to go about their jobs Addressing the Challenge Established Onboarding is a process where an organization integrates newly hired employees. This is done to have them acquainted with the processes that are carried out within the organization. New employees are often assimilated within the first day but the study has realized that they fail to feel like part of the new company save for the most passionate amongst them. Lauby (2016) states that the process of onboarding is characterized with the Schedule Date Day One: 5/3/2018 Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm and 2:00pm – 5:00pm Trainer/Title Name Human Resource Manager Training goals To understand the meaning of on-boarding To identify the significance of on-boarding To identify implementation of on-boarding To identify the ways through which to employee satisfaction Budget Dissemination of Program Activities and Final Reporting Activities Amount Copying and Printing $120 Consumables $50 Communication $100 Assessment tools $150 Administration Support $80 TOTAL $500 References Bradt G. B. & Vonnegut M. (2009). Onboarding: How to get your new employees up to speed in half the time. Hoboken N.J: Wiley. Bottom of Form Top of Form Lauby S. (2016). Manager onboarding: 5 steps for setting new leaders up for success. Place of publication not identified: Ipg-Academic. Bottom of Form Ross W. E. Huang K. H. & Jones G. H. (2014). Executive onboarding: ensuring the success of the newly hired department chair. Academic Medicine 89(5) 728-733. [...]
Preparation Choose one of the challenges below (or one of your own) as the focus of an HR training or development plan for a department in a health care organization. Possible challenges: •Teamwork is lacking in some functional units. Many employees are operating as individuals in areas where teamwork is essential. Poor or inadequate goals and objective-setting seem to be a key issue. •There is a lack of preparation and orientation for newly hired employees. Many are not prepared for their job within the organization because of inadequate job-related training on company policies or procedures. •Employees appear to be wasting time and working inefficiently. Time management seems to be a problem for many. •Burnout is a very significant issue in the organization, especially among nursing staff. Supervisors are struggling to deal with the issue. •Or choose and define a comparable challenge of your own. Use the Capella University Library and professional or academic resources on the Internet to research training and development strategies for addressing human resource needs. Deliverable Prepare a training and development plan for your chosen challenge that would be appropriate to present for executive approval. Include the following: •A description of how the proposed training addresses the identified challenge within an organization of your choice. •A list of employee types who should be included in the training and why. •A detailed description of the training topics and vector (seminar, online, conference, workshop, brown bag, et cetera). The budget and schedule should accurately reflect this choice. •A budget (personnel, equipment, supplies, et cetera). Make sure to document any assumptions you make. •A schedule with milestones associated with content creation and training delivery. Portfolio Prompt: You may choose to save this learning activity to your ePortfolio, in the Professional Showcase binder. Additional Requirements •Written communication: Your assessment artifacts should be professionally written in a form and style appropriate for the various stakeholders. Consider the purpose of the document, its intended use, and the setting in which your plan will be presented. •APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to APA style and formatting standards. •Number of resources: Include a minimum of three resources. •Page length: 5–7 pages, not including the budget table or worksheet.