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the huge disconnectWhat is the job of a manager? This is not an easy question, and there are a number of possible answers. The talent management approach suggests that the job of the manager is to hire, develop, engage, and retain talented people. This makes a lot of sense—if you hire, develop, engage, and retain talented people, aren't you pretty much guaranteed to get good business results? Quality and Compliance?

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Handy Tips for Training a New Employee on Social Media Practices

Congratulations, it's time to hire a new person to the team! This is always an exciting time as it signifies that you're headed in the right direction. You're doing enough things right and you need to hand certain tasks off to other people.

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In today's highly competitive business environments, it is vital that companies have well-trained staff. Any business, regardless of its size is only as strong as its weakest link. It is, therefore important that all members of staff have similar levels of ability and experience.

corporate-trainingTo achieve these high-level skill sets, many companies invest in dedicated training courses to offer continual development to all of their key personnel. In fact, for many employees, good training courses are valued as highly as actual job benefits packages. For Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) maintaining relevance of its staff's skill sets, specially trainers and assessors, gets to the next level as currency incorporates a new dimension to continual development.

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