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New Directions for Career Development

Richard J. Mirabile | December 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Focuses on trends in career development. Employee training personnel's role in career development programs; Content, process and structure of such programs; List of questions before starting one.

Starting Over

Timothy C. Hall | December 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Reports on the application of the Performance Appraisal for Colorado Employees implemented by the Colorado Governor's Job Training Office. Evaluation factors; Performance rating conversion table; Incentive bonuses and non-cash awards.

Why Managers Must Take Responsibility for Training

Robert Bové | November 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Explains reasons why British managers should take responsibility for training. Comparison between Great Britain and Japan's training programs; Factor that must be overcome by businessmen in order for Great Britain to excel in the training field, according to Angus Doulton, director of the National Interactive Video Centre; Changing senior managers' attitude and perceptions toward training.

Is All Time Wasted on the Job a Waste

Robert Bové | November 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Focuses on chairman of the Goodrich & Sherwood Co., Andrew Sherwood's claim that taking time away from the job is dishonest. Average portion of a working day wasted by employees; Findings of the Adia Personnel Services' survey of personnel decision makers on how much time the average employee spends socializing at work; Tips on how to reduce excessive socializing by employees.

Getting Copyright Permission

Robert Bové | November 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Offers advice on using others' copyrighted materials. Questions frequently asked by any publication before granting a reproduction permission; Steps on obtaining reproduction permission for books, magazines and cartoons.

Ergonomic Training for Tomorrows Office

Clifford M. Gross | November 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Offers advice to trainers in designing instructions that provide ergonomic skills to employees. Definition of ergonomics; U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration's ergonomic inspection and employer-assistance program aimed at reducing musculoskeletal disorders; Musculoskeletal complaints by visual display terminal (VDT) operators.

Needed More Involvement Less Money

Lyman O. Baier | November 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Comments on David and Joanne Torrence's article, entitled `Training in the face of illiteracy,' published in the August 1987 issue of the `Training and Development Journal'. Suggestion on how to address the problem of illiteracy in the United States workplace.

Shukria

L.S.N. Guptha | November 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Comments on Charles Garfield's article, entitled `Peak performance in business,' published in the April 1987 issue of the `Training and Development Journal'.

Research Capsules November 1987

Audre Wenzler | November 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Discusses abstracts of several research papers on human resource development (HRD). `The ten most important practices for effective management,' by Kelly Radaker Jones and Mary Rull; `A human performance system using a structured on-the-job training approach,' by Ronald L. Jacobs; `Succession planning practices in major aerospace companies,' by Stan Maliszewski.

Employee Attitude Surveys What Managers Should Know

Ned Rosen | November 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Answers several questions of executives who are planning to conduct employee attitude surveys. Reasons why employers conduct attitude survey; Organization objectives of an employee attitude survey; Benefits of determining employee attitudes; Best approach for sampling an organization.

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