Question 1
Why are training and development opportunities important to some employees but apparently not to others? To which employees do they appear more important?

Question 3
Why Must in service training or on the job education be continuing?

Question 7
How does a department manager’s skills as an instructor, teacher, or mentor relate to the ability to delegate tasks.

Question 8
Why should a department manager who plans on remaining in the place for as long as practical develop one or two capable employees as potential successors?

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Q1: In an organization, the main aim of training and development is to enhance an employee’s skills in dealing with emerging issues. However, due to the subjective nature of the organization, the employees with more supple processes necessitate constant training to keep up with any change that might happen in their flow of work (Ford, 2014). For instance, since the shift from manual to computerized operations, accountants require intensive training on the new programs...

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