Work Based Learning
Within the contemporary competitive business environment, the scopes of lifelong learning and proper research methods are significant for overall employee motivation and productivity. This helps the employees to maintain their skills and talents to meet the organizational objectives more firmly and appropriately (Garzon et al., 2020). Moreover, work-based learning is also an important component in the contemporary competitive business environment that helps in ensuring the right skills and talents are incorporated at the right places.
Information management is in the simplest sense, information management can be understood as the collection, storage, curation, dissemination, archiving as well as destruction of documents, images, drawings, and others of information. Information management can also be understood as the process of identifying the information, its production, overall identification, storage, and utilization considering the organizational, cultural and social, and technological components (Lee et al., 2019). Each of these factors is strategically helping the organizations to meet the business objectives and deal with wider ranges of business developmental perspectives more firmly and appropriately.
There are two kinds of research procedures available in the academic, scientific as well as marketing sector. These include primary quantitative as well as secondary qualitative. Each of these works differently while gathering the information associated with the topic to ensure a proper conclusion can be developed (Mandal, 2019). Primary quantitative data collection and research are based on gathering data based on face-to-face interviews and questionnaires to ensure accurate information is being collected. This is more or less associated with a huge amount of numerical and statistical information that can be carefully curated and gathered through in-person or field survey methods.
Moreover, the secondary quantitative method is more flexible. It uses secondary sources of information to develop the research and to gather a higher number of data associated with the research topic. It generally gathers data from already published data through different magazines, journals, articles, newspapers, annual reports, and government data (Voet and De Wever, 2019). Moreover, the company was initially facing challenges associated with delivering health and safety-related messages across the workplace. Within the framework of an organizational workplace in which over 130,000 employees are working in the UK and the USA, it is certainly very much important for delivering proper sets of safety and health-related concerns firmly and efficiently. Hence the engagement of the primary form of data collection and analysis method regarding the traditional training methods within the traditional workplace is certainly an important and effective strategy to ensure a sophisticated set of understanding regarding the importance and effectiveness of traditional training methods (Jaziri, 2019).
From the perspective of the case study, the transport company was able to understand the irrelevant aspect: traditional training was not very much effective for its overall employee motivation and overall productivity. The interactive drama that the Transport company has utilized in this case related to health and safety messages for uptake of attendance which was good, but some drivers of the company were not attending the drama. The idea behind the drama was to encourage employee safety and motivate them to work more efficiently and effectively. It is significant in this respect to understand the process that a transport company has utilized to gather the employee interests towards safety and security; it is certainly the right to make employees aware of the facts related to employee safety and health-related concerns more firmly and efficiently.
The interactive sessions for ensuring proper safety and health-related concerns within the workplace of the transport company, the employees can gain a higher degree of information. By utilizing this information within the workplace of the transport organization, the employees can widen their productivity and motivation. The employees can ensure significant effects on the safety records of First Group. Since January 2010, the company has been receiving about a 47 percent reduction in its safety records. Moreover, about 24 percent of passenger injuries have been reduced since 2010. The employees of First Group are therefore able to record appropriate sets of health and safety concerns within the workplace to ensure efficiencies and effectiveness more firmly and efficiently (Julian et al., 2019). From the employees’ perspective, the interactive training helps build understanding associated with the scenarios to reinforce the factors of safety which is the core value within the organization. As mentioned by John Evans as group director of First Group, “It also challenges our thinking and own behavior. You come out thinking I could do that differently- it is a bit like holding up a mirror to your behavior”. From these perspectives, the staff of First Group can train themselves towards meeting the business objectives and to enhance their workplace activities related to health and safety concerns more firmly and efficiently. The interactive sessions also are termed as work-based learning in the contemporary competitive business environment are certainly becoming one of the most important components to ensure a proper set of employee motivation and enhancement of both the customers as well as employee health and safety measures more appropriately and efficiently (Grothet al., 2020).
Experiential knowledge can firmly be understood as the information educational setting that can only be gained through experiences. This factor of knowledge developmental framework is certainly very effective and strategic to ensure a higher degree of knowledge and learning development in a much appropriate and efficient manner. The topics that are being learned through field trips or conservations are certainly very much appropriate and efficient to ensure a higher degree of learning. Formal knowledge on the other hand is associated with classroom learning in which formal curriculum and courses of learning are available (Arseven, 2018).
Within contemporary workplaces, the importance of learning and development is an important aspect of ensuring an appropriate set of employee engagement and motivation to produce more efficiently and effectively. While doing so, one must also need to work actively towards the delivery of training and developmental scopes to the employees that will provide a better scope for the overall enhancement of individual skills. In contemporary competitive workplaces, the engagement of proper sets of staff training and development programs strategically helps in enhancing the professional development or career advancement of the employees more firmly. Training of staff is also very important and effective for the employees to develop their skills and knowledge for meeting the organizational business goals by properly overcoming the challenges more firmly and efficiently.
Using proper sets of employee training and knowledge development, employees are able to increase their job satisfaction, and employee engagement can also increase in a much more efficient and effective manner. Moreover, it also helps enhance the employee retention strategies more firmly and efficiently to meet the changing demands of the customers. Despite having significant sets of employee engagement and training advantages for the organization to meet the business objectives, several disadvantages also present that hamper contemporary organizations more efficiently and effectively (Schott and Marshall, 2018). The issues relating to the negative impact of corporate training include higher costs for the management in their overall operational costs. Moreover, the factors associated with requiring time away from work also hampers the overall workplace production as a whole. Therefore, such factors are becoming a major issue of concern in contemporary organizations to meet business competitiveness.
Within the workplace of First Group, the delivery of proper sets of training and developmental scopes are certainly helping in making an extensive set of business developmental perspectives and helps in meeting the customer demands more appropriately. This is because the interactive drama that the First Group has incorporated within its workplace is certainly helping in meeting the objectives of Health and Safety concerns associated with customers and the employees as well. The inclusion of the program called “Something” was an interactive drama related to enhancing health and safety messages for the employees dealing with emotional responses. Therefore, this interactive drama is strategically working towards the enhancement and growth of employee health and safety at personal concern (Schott and Marshall, 2018). This training and developmental scope has strategically provided scope for wider ranges of employee developmental perspectives and works towards meeting the changing customer demands more firmly and efficiently. The company has also developed a scope for meeting the business objectives by first unveiling at a safety conference for senior directors that gradually has moved on to other employees and departments.
The delivery of proper training and developmental frameworks are certainly very much important in the contemporary business environment. It also makes the organizational performance more appropriate and helps meet the business objectives appropriately and efficiently. In Thompson’s words, learning needs an appropriate set of business development perspectives. Within the workplace of contemporary businesses, the concept of learning, training, and development is certainly helping in meeting the business objectives and enhancement of business competitiveness more appropriately (Julian et al., 2019). The interactive drama that First Group has introduced for its workforces to ensure proper customer engagement and the enhancement of employee encouragement procedures to talk about the issues of health and safety as the main area of concern for the company. This also helps meet every passenger’s objectives as an individual with a specific reason for traveling.
Such frameworks are more firmly helping contemporary companies to meet the business objectives and provide an appropriate scope for meeting the business objectives. This also works towards the enhancement and growth of business frameworks to deal with a higher number of customers and maintenance of proper health and safety concerns more appropriately and efficiently. The interactive drama program organized by the transportation group not only helps in meeting the business objectives and health and safety concerns of the organization for its billions of daily commuters. The interactive sessions of drama also not only work to minimize the issues. Moreover, the factors associated with the development and the enhancement of employee training are certainly an important component to deal with wider ranges of market demands and customer health and safety programs. While dealing with so, the engagement of employees within the workplace requires proper training. Hence the employees working within the workplace of First Group, the employees are certainly very much appropriate and efficient to deal with encouraging the audience to ask drivers, his family, colleagues, and the little girl’s family to make them safe (Voet and De Wever, 2019). The liability issues and the factors associated with employee enhancement by using liabilities issues encourage managers to think about leadership and implemented procedures. The message that interactive drama has provided is certainly helping each of the employees to become an actress every member who is personally responsible for health and safety and that ultimately leads to a higher level of employee engagement and engagement.
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