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V.Raghunathan
Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
Praveen_25jan
Human Resource

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Hi,
My new Blog - "STAND OF HR IN TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
Praveen Tripathi - THE HR: Stand of HR in Training and Development
Your suggestions and comments are most welcome for further implementation.

Dear Praveen Tripathi,

For the benefit of viewers I have given below the content that is found in your link.

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HR Training and Development stands for : Utilising and Spreading the Optimised Skills to Minimise the Gap and Behavioural issues between employers and employees.

A gap contents may be like understanding the roles and responsibilities, communication, vaccum between reportees and reporting and behaviour things.

Without understand the gap and vaccume space, it is not going to be easy resolve and restructured.

A proper mathods of HR Training will be help to find the issues and resolutions.

For building a perfect bonding to filling the Gap and vaccume, HR Training and Development will be to help to improve and re-implant to get perfections.

Posted by Praveen Tripathi

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The intent of your message could be guessed while the draft leaves much to be desired. I think what you want to say is about the GAP between the desired level and required level of JOB SKILLS and BEHAVIOURAL SKILLS for any employee.

It is certainly HR departments responsibility to conduct a Training Need Analysis, find out the areas where Training is to be imparted and make an action plan to execute the same.

However please note that there are many mistakes in your posting. It is advisable to use a spell check and pay some attention to simple grammar.

V.Raghunathan

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