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As Jon mentioned in the Editor's Blog, you may have noticed some changes following TrainingZone’s big upgrade. The most major of these changes is the removal of Discussion Groups. If you previously ran a group, we want to apologise for not making you aware of this sooner. Unfortunately, while we’ve been seeing more and more excellent content from members on the site, groups were very quiet when compared to other areas, especially Any Answers and Blogs.

Turnkey Approach towards Succession planning With Performance Management Software

Every organization will have some form of job vacancy arising in future due to attrition or people retiring from their jobs.  However, it is important for organizations to continue to function smoothly irrespective of losing such keyemployees performing key roles. When organizations have a succession plan, it makes it easier for them to handle any unforeseen attrition and prevents the organization from being greatly impacted by such attrition.

Performance Management or Employee Development? Is there a Way to Merge Both?

If you ask an employee on what a performance management is, he or she will mention that it is nothing but the annual appraisal of his or her performance followed by salary revisions. Employees also tend to view performance management process with a lot of skepticism, as generally they are not happy with the subjective appraisals and get dis-satisfied with their salary revisions.

Training admin- what's your least favourite task?

I am a person that doesn't enjoy paperwork or admin tasks. I'd much rather be delivering training sessions or working with a client to implement a new training system. When I am running a course, I class the following as admin tasks:

  • Emailing attendance reminders
  • Emailing payment reminders
  • Booking rooms
  • Ordering Lunch
  • Posting certificates

All are essential tasks, however they do seem to detract from the enjoyment of delivering training. What are your least enjoyable tasks?

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