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Training Web Sites

November 1, 1998
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To start taking advantage of current trends in methods of training and training management, find more information about how these techniques can improve your company's development. To help you with your research, Workforce has compiled this list of web sites.
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How Training Mergers Help You

November 1, 1998
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The current merger trend in the training industry signals good news for consumers.
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Tower Records Uses Games To Boost Training Results

October 1, 1998
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Tower Records’ unique way of training its managerial staff on the legal issues of hiring, firing and disciplining is a life size game.
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Q-and-A on Employee Anger

September 1, 1998
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Pamela L. Pommerenke is a professor of Human Resource Management at Michigan State University's Eli Broad Graduate School of Business. She teaches in the areas of strategic human resource management, organizational behavior, and entrepreneurship, and regularly consults with local large and small organizations.
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Informal Learning Gets Results

June 1, 1998
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Despite increasing time and money for formal training, a recent study concludes that 70 percent of learning takes place outside of the classroom.
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What Employees Learn Informally

June 1, 1998
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Trainers can specify the learning process of employees through a concept called taxonomies. It is a matrix that represents how employees learn.
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What Are the Merits of Informal Learning

June 1, 1998
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Some characteristics that distinguish informal learning from formal learning in the workplace.
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Quick, Easy Recruitment Help-From a State

May 1, 1998
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Two state officials explain how a network of state-funded agencies revamped their service strategy to better assist Illinois employers, especially those strapped for time and resources, in recruiting local talent.
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Integrate HR and Training

May 1, 1998
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Training, like many subfunctions of HR, used to operate independent of other HR activities. Not anymore.
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