5 Ways to Maximize Your On-the-Job Training Program
We all learn on the job. With the constant flow of information available today, we are accustomed to using our smartphones as a learning tool in our time of need. When people are on their own time at home, this works great. If they want to take hours to replace the garage door opener by watching a variety of online tutorials rather than paying someone – they can.
In business, it’s not so simple. There are costs and resources to be considered.
Many workplaces are practicing an informal approach to on-the-job training. Sit here, speak with this peer, watch them, do it yourself and figure it out. We would be lying if we said people can’t succeed in this environment. People do survive and build successful careers following this approach to onboarding.