Hi everyone,
I have got a similar problem...but its not about the Trainees ... its about my probationary and permanent employees. They donot attend any of the sessions saying they have got lot of work pressure...and training has become just a formality..i have highlighted the issue to the sr. management with all the satistics...but no positive response....can you suggest something on this...

From India, Mumbai
Hi Mons
I think if you can add a section called skills upgradation or learning in everyone's KRAs, you will see an improvement in attendance, though it may not result in more learning and better results on the job.
All the best.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Member
I have gone through all the notings of our group
Well your problem is absentism
Point one on inquiry they have more important works to do
Point Two you have failed to convienience your super mgrs
Problem is to conduct calsses smoothly
Approach your top brass and take his nod
for conducting classes.
Timeings 40 mnts prior to the end of office timings
Convey all managers nominate at least two for department
things goes well with this Ok
or turn the face of the coin ask for explination from the department
let the IOM signed by the Authority
Act of Diplomacy is one inour field + time may bring results to HR
Thank u

From India, Visakhapatnam
Dear Michelle,
this is the common problem everybody faces in the organization, everybody may suggest you different ways like talk to your seniors, or explain them the benefits of the training program, but let me tell you frnakly this is all in vain, the best practice that works in your type of organization is
PR- Public relations.
Try to interact with people all down the grade and be a part of trouble shooter, this is not the one day process, but you need to find out the pulse of the people that is real Human Resource, if people are motivated you can do your work in minutes and they will attend the programes irrespective of all the deadlines, i hope this is clear and gives answer to all your questions.
Start with being frank and open hr professional and i need not explain you the icebreakers and other things...be polite and respectfull you will definately succed.
Sujeet. :lol:

Dear Mr.Ryan, I was very much fascinated the way you handled the query of Ms.Kavitha. This reply is helping many of the freshers / beginers facing the same problem. Thank u a lot RAMESHAN
From India, Tiruppur
You can do one thing forward their attendance through your dept. In the case if they misses the programe their absent can be marked accordingly duly in consedration with their HOD. Regards, Anubhav

dear mam,
its not a cmmened for you question. i would like to inform that i am studying in ooty and my specialisation is in hr. six months are remaining to my course, after that i want to do my training in north side. i think so you can help me. if you dont mind please send a reply to me about your suggession mam.one of my friend also interested to do.
please send reply mam. thanks

Dear Michelle,
You can try this:
Have a regular attendance system.
Make attendance reports and send them regularly to the manager/head of the trainees.
Tell the trainees that you are doing this.
you know that the managers have not asked for this, but this is only a way to put some pressure on the trainees. and since they are only trainees, they wont know if this report menas anything to the manager or to you!
Good luck

From India, Madras

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