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Finding Potential Macro Training Needs
Natalie Angie Tang, Student (Other), Malaysia, Member

What are the sources of potential macro training needs? Can you provide the sources? For example: new plants - usually mean new hiring, sometimes new positions? (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Finding Potential Macro Training Needs
Benedict Omuya ODIGO, Nigeria, Member

Macro training needs are derived from the overall goal of an organization, and these needs are identified and analyzed at three strata: organization, occupational and individual.
New plants may not always require new hiring; if a holding company is building a new refinery, the new plant may require that experienced personnel is transferred from older refineries, and new hands are hired to fill vacancies created by this process in the old factory.
Such processes are generally based on the macro needs of the new refinery.
 

         
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