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  Employee Development   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Employee Development publishes periodic training schedules providing brief descriptions of each course, presentation times and dates in addition to campus locations.
If an employee is to be absent due to an emergency, it is the employee's responsibility to notify his/her supervisor at the beginning of the first day of absence.
Sick Leave - Used by the employee whenever he or she is unable to work due to personal illness, injury, or exposure to contagious disease, or to assist a family member who is ill. It may also be used for personal visits to a doctor, or to accompany a family member to a doctor's appointment.
personnel.fau.edu /EmpDevelopment/EmployeeDevelopment.html   (3397 words)

  
 RPM §2.04. Education and Employee Development Policies (Rev. 11/05)
Employees in noncareer appointments and agency-employed contract labor workers are eligible for position-related programs only when such training is specifically necessary for such employees/contract workers to perform their respective assignments.
Employees who terminate employment before the end of the quarter or semester are not eligible for reimbursement of fees unless the termination is due to an involuntary layoff and when the employee was notified of layoff after the beginning of the class.
Employees who terminate before the end of the quarter or semester are not eligible for reimbursement of fees unless the termination is due to an involuntary layoff and when the employee was notified of layoff after the beginning of the class.
www.lbl.gov /Workplace/RPM/R2.04.html   (3050 words)

  
 Guide to Managing Human Resources - Chapter 11:Employee Development & Training
Professional development skills are the skills and knowledge that go beyond the scope of the employee's job description, although they may indirectly improve job performance.
Since career development is an ongoing, dynamic process, employees may need encouragement and support in reviewing and re-assessing their goals and activities.
Many employees in our diverse workforce are struggling; they must keep up with increased overall skill expectations in their jobs while lacking the fundamentals of writing, reading, speaking and/or math skills needed to cope with increasing use of technology and greater workloads.
hrweb.berkeley.edu /guide/development.htm   (1745 words)

  
 ARTICLE: Employee Development
In this environment, the employee will be primarily responsible for career development but the company will also have responsibilities that include clearly stating the company's corporate strategy and providing information about its business.
Weaknesses are identified and the employee is empowered to tailor development to fit his or her future career plans.
Under the current neoclassical human-capital theory, the development of firm-specific knowledge and skills is paid for by the employer but the development of general competence is financed by the individual, although these skills are transferable across employers.
lenny.uvm.edu /Research/inProgress/Resources/HRMGuide/Employee/Dev/EmplDevel.htm   (4943 words)

  
 440-1.htm - Employee Training and Development   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The selection of employees for training is made without regard to political preference, race, color, religion, national origin, gender, marital status, age, disability, or sexual preference, and with proper regard for their privacy and constitutional rights as provided by merit system principles set forth in 5 U.S.C. 2301(b)(2) (1996).
A full range of options may be used to meet mission-related organizational and employee development needs, such as classroom training, on-the-job training, technology-based training, distance learning, self-development activities, coaching, mentoring, career development counseling, details, rotational assignments, cross training, and developmental activities at retreats and conferences.
Develop unavailable skills - to acquire the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed for fields of work that are unique to the Federal Government; or to meet existing Government staffing needs in occupations for which the labor market cannot produce a sufficient number of trained candidates.
www.afm.ars.usda.gov /ppweb/440-01.htm   (2623 words)

  
 Employee Development
The time that an employee is on an expanded developmental opportunity will not result in loss of (or reduction in) basic pay, leave (to which the employee is otherwise entitled) or credit for time of service.
Employees may benefit from a successful career by taking the initiative to manage their own growth and development.
Employees under this demonstration project may do so by devising a viable, progressive training and development plan, by performing and completing challenging tasks, by documenting and building on successes, and by sharing and utilizing their learning experiences on the job.
www.pica.army.mil /persdemo/Register/empdevel.html   (948 words)

  
 Alberta Energy and Utilities Board | Employee Development   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Our policy is to provide opportunity for employees to broaden their experience and advance in the organization.
In order to help individuals strengthen their skills and knowledge, a number of learning, development, and other educational assistance programs are available.
Employee development is linked to the EUB's "core competencies," and responsibility is shared between the EUB and the employee.
www.eub.gov.ab.ca /BBS/HumanResources/employee_development.htm   (110 words)

  
 Power to the People! Why Employee Development Benefits the Organization as Much as the Employee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Employees who are skilled in the process of self-development are more likely to be independent learners and thinkers who are knowledgeable about the organization, less likely to exit, better able to respond to changing market conditions and more positive about their jobs.
Employees are sent off to training programs, consulting companies are employed, “leadership” training programs are implemented and motivational speakers are brought in.
Employee development is a complex issue, and a truly effective developmental plan that can substantially improve organizational performance will be complex and long term.
www.amanet.org /training_zone/perspective_content.htm   (943 words)

  
 Employee Development Still Informal in Most Companies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
"Much of an employee's development is probably determined in an ad hoc fashion at the discretion of an employee's supervisor or at the employee's request to work on specific projects," wrote co-authors Jessica Collison and Evren Esen in their report discussing the findings, the Employee Development Survey Report.
Structured employee development programs are essential because they help create workplaces that promote excellence and help build world-class companies, said Kevin Joyce, researcher and author on workplace and organizational performance and founder of consulting company, The Quantum Group, LLC.
Employee development programs are also important because many HR professionals believe that a labor shortage is looming as baby boomers retire at the end of the decade, said the report.
www.inc.com /criticalnews/articles/200506/training.html   (646 words)

  
 EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT
Participation in employee development programs shall be planned and provided as funds are available for this purpose.
Technical/Professional development is highly desirable for continued successful job performance to keep employees abreast of the "state of the art" and to maintain or enhance specialized proficiencies.
In determining employee selection for participation in employee development programs, there shall be no discrimination with respect to race, color, religion, sex, national origin or union activities.
ci.santa-rosa.ca.us /hu/policies/DEVELOPMENT.htm   (707 words)

  
 Beyster Institute - advancing employee ownership and entrepreneurship worldwide
The Beyster Institute is a non-profit organization whose mission is to advance the use of entrepreneurship and employee ownership to build stronger, higher performing enterprises.
Launched in 2002 by the Foundation for Enterprise Development, the Institute is now part of the Rady School of Management at UC San Diego, serving as its key center for entrepreneurial thought and activity.
Developing employee ownership at Alion Science and Technology was a unique experience for Beyster Institute consultants.
www.fed.org   (472 words)

  
 SPP 601: Employee Development
If an employee chooses to participate in training or educational activities on his or her own time, the time spent is not considered as time worked and will not be considered for overtime or compensatory time.
Because employees are expected to complete their regular job responsibilities, supervisors and employees should work together to identify reasonable accommodations that allow the employee to participate fully in training, without negatively impacting service.
It is suggested that the employee and supervisor agree to a tentative yearly plan for training during the performance evaluation cycle; such a plan helps in planning release time.
www.asu.edu /aad/manuals/spp/spp601.html   (341 words)

  
 Case HR Policy Manual: Employee Development
These policies are provided to set the stage for regular and appreciative communications, as well as to identify opportunities for employees to pursue their own development.
The policies are based on the sound premise that employees will develop and grow from positive and specific feedback with regard to their performance.
Further, employees whose behaviors are unacceptable, although rare and unexpected, deserve communication regarding the behaviors which the university will not accept.
www.cwru.edu /finadmin/humres/policies/ee_dev.html   (115 words)

  
 Employee Development training videos and dvds
Employees spend approximately one third of their waking hours at work.
Activating Attitude!, a 4-minute meeting opener, sets the tone and stage for employees and managers alike to approach the workday (and any issues that may arise) with a positive attitude and a sm...
His story is an inspiration for all employees to reach beyond their current limits...
www.trainingabc.com /xcart/catalog/category_257_Employee_Development_page_1.html   (531 words)

  
 FAQ:Employee Development Plan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Per the 1998-1999 PSA Policy, Section 2.1.4.3., "Employee evaluations outside of the established schedule may be requested by the employee or his/her supervisor." A reasonable period of additional time requested may be 60-90 days.
(A) Yes, the Employee Plus/Delta is part of the PSA official evaluation and needs to be completed and turned in with the Employee Development Evaluation as well as the Supervisor Plus/Delta form.
(A) Effective March 1, 1999, we are utilizing the new Employee Development Evaluation for annual and probationary PSA employees.
www.dist.maricopa.edu /hrweb/emplrel/eval/emdevfaq.html   (485 words)

  
 Employee Development Specialist 4 - 1411
An employee in this class is responsible for the overall coordination and implementation of a highly complex, total employee development program.
In addition, responsibility also extends to developing and working within a framework of a comprehensive employee development plan and evaluating the results of training in terms of improved performance.
Determines employee development needs and priorities in order to ensure a total training plan which meets department and employee development needs.
www.doer.state.mn.us /stfcs-ac/CSPCS-E/e-1411.htm   (357 words)

  
 Applepeels: "Employee Development"
It is easy to listen but not act on employee requests if you are born with all the knowledge you need and find it impossible to learn anything from those who work for you.
Many Apple employees get the development they need from interactions with customers and trying, sometimes desperately, to meet those same needs which are being ignored by their own corporation.
When Apple employees get to the point that they try to make waves for their customers or heaven forbid challenge product marketing on some of the hidden problems that the products have or even challenge their all knowing manager, they have developed as far as they can at Apple.
viewfromthemountain.typepad.com /applepeels/2005/03/employee_develo.html   (3680 words)

  
 Chapter 11: Employee Development & Training
Employees with upgraded skills, working to their full potential and equipped to deal with the changing demands of the workplace; employees with higher morale, career satisfaction, creativity, and motivation; increased productivity and responsiveness in meeting departmental objectives
Employee Development and Training catalog for the career development course listings.
Refer employees to the Staff Internship Program to explore opportunities to apply for career development internships or self-initiate an internship in an area of special interest.
ucsfhr.ucsf.edu /pubs/managingHR?x=671   (1177 words)

  
 Fish and Wildlife Service Manual, 230fw5, Employee Development and Training - Executive Development
The objectives of the Sabbatical Program are to provide for the continuous development of senior executives to increase their individual and organizational effectiveness, to add a developmental tool to the array of programs available for senior executives, and to focus attention on and make a significant contribution to the advancement of the Secretary's initiatives.
The individual development planning process begins with an assessment of the employee's developmental needs in terms of the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for an SES position, the organization's executive work force needs and the individual's career development goals.
SES members and executive candidates in development programs should analyze their needs and devise IDP's that emphasize and reflect developmental work assignments as one of the principal means of developing executive abilities and competencies.
www.fws.gov /policy/230fw5.html   (1491 words)

  
 Human Resource Development
JOIN US Tappi has a Training and Development Subcommittee (of the Board's Education Committee.) Its current tasks include developing a getting-started guide for people newly assigned to training responsibilities in the pulp and paper industry.
Bob Rouda is a consultant on human resource development and process engineering, and is a research associate and student of organization development and change management at the University of St. Thomas.
Mitch Kusy is professor of organizational learning and development at the University of St. Thomas, and is a practicing organization development consultant.
alumnus.caltech.edu /~rouda/T1_HRD.html   (1201 words)

  
 For Students - Employee Development   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
"Professional development and continual improvement are embedded in Kodak culture.
Our industry-leading employee development program helps all employees build skills by devoting at least 40 hours each year to training and development.
Each employee at Kodak works with his or her supervisor jointly to develop a customized Employee Development Plan (EDP).
www.kodak.com /US/en/corp/careers/students/employeedevelopment.jhtml   (124 words)

  
 ☞ reference - Employee Development   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Employee Development office offers employees a variety of workshops, programs and services designed to enhance personal/professional growth.
Employee Development Co-ops andamp; Internships Work Life Focus More...
Employee Development Systems helps organizations translate business strategies into business results by developing the communication skills and performance of their people through personal...
www.a2z-web-reference.info /employeedevelopment   (392 words)

  
 Development at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Biological development of embryos in the context of developmental biology
Human development - to improve the health, education and range of choices of human beings, notably in the least-developed countries.
Housing development or Urban development in urban planning
wiki.tatet.com /Development.html   (227 words)

  
 Employee Training and Development, Performance Improvement, Courses, Workshops-TrainSmart, Inc. Chicago   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Employees gain an increased focus, accountability and effectiveness, while linking their emotional intelligence and personality preference.
Employees view TrainSmart’s employee development programs as tools to help get their jobs done more efficiently and effectively and contribute to higher job satisfaction.
After participating in our employee development programs, employees and managers are better able to plan how to be more effective in their present jobs and more realistic about future undertakings.
www.atstrain.com /solutions/performance-solutions.htm   (228 words)

  
 Employee Development Systems Personal Accountability Training
Positive results are attained by providing communication skills training and development solutions that empower managers and employees to significantly improve their performance through behavioral change.
Partnering with Employee Development Systems, Inc., allows organizations to achieve management objectives, resolve issues and align cultures to the mission and values of the organization through communication skills training.
Training and development initiatives from EDSI when used as a strategy can create a competitive advantage.
www.edsiusa.com   (213 words)

  
 Organization & Employee Development | HR @ MIT
We believe that the professional development of MIT employees is an investment by MIT in its future.
We also believe that the professional development of MIT employees is a shared responsibility and collaboration between an employee, his or her supervisor, and MIT.
We expect employees to come to our courses with a readiness to learn, and they can expect us to provide a rewarding, relevant learning experience.
web.mit.edu /hr/oed/training   (211 words)

  
 Employee Development   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Government-wide objective of training is to develop government employees through the establishment and operation of progressive and efficient training programs, thereby improving public service, increasing efficiency and economy, building and retaining a force of skilled and efficient employees, and installing and using the best modern practices and techniques in the conduct of Government business.
Management officials and supervisors at all levels need to ensure that adequate, responsive, and quality training is provided to their employees.
Employees must acquire and maintain those knowledges, skills, and abilities needed for high quality performance and optimum contributions to unit goals and objectives, as well as to the broader mission of the FAA and the Government.
www.faa.gov /ahr/eoss/DevEmpl   (153 words)

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