Skills like leadership, collaboration and communication are usually described as soft skills, but they should be referred to as durable skills. These are the skills that, once you have them, you will use for the rest of your life.
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We sometimes forget what a daunting task it is to start a new job at a new company. As business leaders, it is imperative that we empathize with our newest hires and make sure their first day on the job makes a good impression of our company.
We need to rethink our training methods to better support underserved communities. With robust workforce development programs, companies can invest in this population.
While the onboarding process represents one small piece of an employee’s journey, we embrace the realization that employees make judgments and form opinions about their organization every single day – including the day they join our agency.
At WCCO Belting, a decade of exponential growth pushed employee training to the bottom of the priority list.
An employee did something, someone observed her doing it and so a box was checked. This oversimplification of on-the-job training (OJT) evaluation is all too often the only performance feedback employees and managers see.