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Table 10.7 - Key Components of Effective Managing Diversity Programs

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Table 10.7 - Key Components of Effective

Managing Diversity Programs



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Training Issues Resulting From the

External Environment (cont.)

 School-to-work transition programs - combine

classroom experiences with work experiences to prepare

high school students for employment.

 School-to-Work Opportunities Act -designed to assist

the states in building school-to-work systems that prepare

students for high-skill, high-wage jobs or future education.



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Training Issues Resulting From the

External Environment (cont.)

 Training’s role in welfare-to-work and other public-private

sector programs

 Government agencies refer welfare recipients to a

company-sponsored training program subsidized with

money and tax credits from the government.

 State and local governments provide life and skills

training directly to welfare recipients.



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Training Issues Resulting From the

External Environment (cont.)

 The Workforce Investment Act of 1998 created a

comprehensive work force investment system.

 The Occupational Information Network (O*NET) is a

unique, comprehensive database and directory of

occupational titles, worker competencies, and job

requirements and resources.



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Training Issues Related to Internal

Needs of the Company

 Lifelong Learning Account - an account for adult

education into which both the employee and the company

contribute and the employee keeps, even if he or she

leaves the company.

 Breaking the glass ceiling, a barrier to advancement to

the higher levels of the organization.



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Table 10.8 - Recommendations for

Melting the Glass Ceiling



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Training Issues Related to Internal

Needs of the Company (cont.)

 Joint union-management programs provide a wide

range of services designed to help employees learn skills

that are directly related to their job and also develop skills

that are “portable” that is, valuable to employers in other

companies or industries.



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