7th July 2012 From India, Mumbai
8th July 2012 From India, Delhi
Do you have an appraisal system in which either you or your reviewer has identified areas for development that could benefit from training, to improve organisation's effectiveness?
Is it just you that has not had the mandatory training? Normally, when a company is in the phase of saving money, it's the training of staff that gets hit.
8th July 2012 From United Kingdom
10th July 2012 From India, Delhi
I am rather surprised that you have cut and pasted my question in your response, including the typo. If areas for training have been identified, can you undertake training on your own? Find out where you can get training on the areas and then approach the company for time off/reimbursement of the cost (If not in full at least by 50%).
10th July 2012 From United Kingdom
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14th July 2012 From India, Pune
Don't fret about administrative policy minutea. If your reviewing manager doesn't care, neither should you.
Just record the fact properly that you reminded him or her a several times. Always send the reminder in email. Never verbally.
If still nothing happens, thank the heavens, because you got some time for yourself and spend that time doing something more productive.
What's the point in attending training just to pass a stipulation? Instead, read a good book, or do whatever basically. Anything that is in alignment with your goals.
Ask yourself what you want and then do the things that will get you what you want.
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29th July 2012 From India, Ghaziabad