Training Standardization Drives Business Results
The retirement of millions of experienced and knowledgeable workers is creating a situation similar to that during World War II: a new workforce is needed and must be trained quickly. The importance of strong on-the-job training (OJT) is yet again a driver of manufacturing competitiveness.
Gain insights on successful modern day OJT best practices. Learn how you can build a standardized work program to improve metrics related to turnover, speed to productivity and more.
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"A reduction in variation through standardized work translates to the bottom line."
– Craig Johnson, learning and development specialist, Malnove
"A formal onboarding and OJT program has a direct, positive impact on productivity."
– Mari Burt, training and wellness coordinator, Asahi Kasei
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