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  • Employee, Sculpt Thyself with a Little Help - Helping employees carve out a future involves more than formal training -- it also requires guidance and input from managers.
    Publisher: HR Magazine Author: Carla Joinson

  • Everyone Wins: More Tips for Training Transfer - Critically important to training transfer are the activities that start during and occur following the training session. You can help create an environment that fosters the ability of each individual to assimilate learning and apply it on the job. Just follow these guidelines.
    Publisher: About.com Author: Susan M. Heathfield

  • From School to Work - Partnerships Smooth the Transition - Thirty years ago, the term "school-to-work" would likely have conjured up images of an inevitable and smooth transition from high school graduation to gainful employment. But in today's highly competitive global economy, the school-to-work transition is anything but smooth.
    Publisher: HR Magazine Author: Bill Leonard

  • Get with the Program! - The orientation program, that is. At most companies, Day One leaves you wondering where you are. At Greet Street and Intel, you know where you stand the minute you arrive.
    Publisher: Fast Company Author: Katherine Mieszkowski

  • Getting a Mentoring Program Off the Ground - Following are some key considerations for new programs. Lets assume youve concluded that formalized mentoring makes sense for your organization.
    Publisher: The Mentoring Group Author: Dr. Linda Phillips-Jones

  • Help Employees Help Themselves - Employee assistance programs (EAPs) and wellness programs can be useful tools in helping your workforce stay on track during uncertain and anxious times.
    Publisher: CIO.com Author: Eric Berkman

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