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Dealing with Cross Training

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  • In today's workplace, computers and electronic communications are the norm rather than the exception. Computers, e-mail, electronic databases and on-line research play an important role in many businesses today. Technological advances have made electronic communication indispensable in today's workplace. According to recent reports, text messaging figures into L.A. train wreck probe. Investigators of last week’s L.A. train wreck that killed 25 people are looking into a report that an engineer blamed for missing a stop signal light may have been distracted by text messaging. Today, we will discuss the ever-increasing use of technology in the workplace, its potential for abuse and how employers can protect themselves.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
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    • 1. Dealing well with Cross Training
    • 2. Dealing well with Cross TrainingIntroduction• Cross training is training an employee to do a different part of the organizations work: – Training worker A to do the task that worker B does and training B to do As task is cross training.
    • 3. Dealing well with Cross TrainingImportant• When dealing with Cross Training it is important to highlight that: – It is against human nature to remain static, performing the same duties day in, day out, without expectations of change in routine or opportunities for advancement.
    • 4. Dealing well with Cross TrainingMain Aspects • Cross training is good for companies, because it provides more flexibility in managing the workforce to get the job done. • However, done right, cross training is good for the employees too. It lets them learn new skills, makes them more valuable, and can combat worker boredom.
    • 5. Dealing well with Cross TrainingCross Training – Main Types Job Enlargement (Horizontal Expansion) The addition of tasks that are on the same level of skill and responsibility. Job Enrichment (Vertical Expansion) The addition of tasks that give the employee more control or more responsibility.
    • 6. Dealing well with Cross TrainingBenefits - Employee, Department and Employer
    • 7. Dealing well with Cross TrainingBenefits – Employee• It allows an employee to develop new relationships, increasing his professional network.• It shows that an employee is hardworking, dedicated and someone who is willing to do what it takes to get the job done.• It can improve the employee inter- department respect due to a deeper understanding of how the business works and demands.
    • 8. Dealing well with Cross TrainingBenefits - Department • A cross-trained workforce can increase comradeship and promote teamwork within the organization. • Department members can recognize the overall goals and operations of each different department and misunderstandings can be reduced. • Cross training creates a team of workers who are more knowledgeable with more confidence regarding their professional expertise.
    • 9. Dealing well with Cross TrainingBenefits - Employer• It helps employers to cut costs and expenses, improving the workflow between departments.• Erases differences and unhealthy competition, improving company overall motivation• Leads to the sharing of organizational goals and objectives.• It provides a built-in temporary workforce when an employee is absent.
    • 10. Dealing well with Cross TrainingMain Downsides • Cross training can be stressful for employees especially if they are consistently performing two or more job duties at the same time. • It can add unrewarded responsibilities on the shoulders of company employees, resulting in a feeling of exploitation. • When a company allows employees to know about all the aspects of its business, they might become important assets and targets for unethical competitors.
    • 11. Dealing well with Cross TrainingCross Training Implementation• Carefully select the employees to be cross trained: – Some people like to learn new things but some not.• It should be carefully planned and presented as a learning and career opportunity.• When planning cross-training consider payroll costs, “acceptance” and cooperation by all department.• Custom-tailor the cross-training to the needs of each individual and the organization.
    • 12. Dealing well with Cross TrainingConclusion • Cross training should be one of the strategies to be always implemented inside a company. • And it is an effective training technique which results in motivation, career development and better workflow.
    • 13. Improving your Charisma SkillsOur References• We would like to thank the following writers for their expressive contribution for this presentation: – F. John Reh, http://management.about.com/cs/people/a/crosstrain.htm – Melvin Richardson, http://voices.yahoo.com/benefits- cross-training-corporate-training-3094423.html?cat=3 – Marilyn Holt, CMC, CEO, http://www.businessweek.com/smallbiz/tips/archives/20 07/04/cross-training.html – Claire Belilos, http://www.easytraining.com/crosstrain.htm
    • 14. Dealing well with Cross TrainingOur Business Contacts Feel free to send us an e-mail. Our Website: www.licoreis.com Our E-mail: licoreis@licoreis.com licoreis@licoreis.com.br Linkedin: Roberto de Paula Lico Júnior Skype: roberto.lico Twitter: @licoreis

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