Allied is able to offer a variety of training and education opportunities to your workforce, including both on-site classroom training and online web-based training courses.
The orientation process varies from company to company and industry to industry. Companies need to evaluate what messages they want the new employee to understand the company from the beginning. The orientation is the opportunity for the company to take their culture, which was first exposed during the interview process, and continue the process over into the transition cycle from candidate to employee. Companies need to carefully consider the best instructional delivery method needed to systematically and deliberately introduce the company, its culture, and the job to its new employee.
Skill requirements and training must be determined by the client. A job description should detail the skills needed to perform a particular job at a client’s worksite. Allied will assist its clients in developing the job description so that the end document will be reflective of the particular work location and the job to be performed.
Compliance training is usually an afterthought something the owner of the company realizes the importance of after a situation that may have been avoided had the employee or manager been trained properly. The purpose of compliance training is to reduce legal liability potential through education about basic employment requirements.
- Title VII of the Civil Rights Act
- Americans with Disabilities Act
- Family & Medical Leave Act
- Age Discrimination in Employment Act
- Immigration Reform & Control Act
- Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act
- Sexual Harassment
- Occupational Safety & Health Act
- Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act
- Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act
- Employee Retirement Income Security Act
- Fair Labor Standards Act
- Personal Responsibility Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act
- Employee Polygraph Protection Act
- Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act
- Affordable Care Act ADA or PPACA
Professional Development Training
Professional Development Training is used to bring managers and supervisors up to date on the latest management practices being used or required to reduce a business’s exposure to legal liability during an employee’s work life cycle while under your employment.
Performance Management Training
This training is necessary to align goals with the organization’s business plan, establish mutually agreed to goals that add value, recommend and recognize behaviors that are aligned with the organization’s business plan, and establish milestone review dates. Training includes Performance Reviews, Goal Setting & Planning, and Performance Planning.
Loss Prevention Training
Allied’s Safety Coordinator will audit each client’s worksite and their operations to identify safety and health hazards, and OSHA compliance requirements.
Allied’s Risk Manager and Safety Coordinator will audit the client’s previous loss data, and that data will help identify prior training deficiencies at the worksite. Our Safety Coordinator will submit a written report, identifying hazards and training requirements to the Risk Manager. The Safety Coordinator, in coordination with the Risk Manager, will develop the training requirements for each client’s worksite, and provide a schedule for completing the required training, and will continuously monitor training requirements while the company remains a client of Allied. Our clients are in complete control of the training and will determine the location, the date, and the time of the training.
Allied’s Safety Coordinator may provide training videos for self-help training, or conduct formal classroom training sessions. Training completions will be recorded and maintained by Allied and will be available for inspection at all times.