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  • Training
    • Induction
      • Advantages
        • Trainees will be shown how everything works
        • Employee feels welcome
    • Off the Job
      • Advantages
        • Experts can be used
        • Mistakes can be made without affecting the service provided by the businnes
        • A qualification is gained by the employee
          • Disadvantages
            • Costly
            • Trainees aren't working as part of the team when training
          • Advantage
            • Helps the employee when applying for a new job
          • Disadvantage
      • Disadvantages
        • Costly
        • Trainees aren't working as part of the team when training
    • On the Job
      • Disadvantages
        • Mistakes made by the employee could affect the business
        • Qualifications are not gained during the process
        • Most of the time, the employee isn't trained by an expert
      • Advantages
        • Not as expensive as a course
        • The employee will still work during the training
    • Staff Rewards
      • Fringe benefits
        • Company car
        • Pension scheme
        • Life insurance
        • Subsidised meals
        • Medical care
        • Staff discount
      • Wages
        • Payed weekly
        • Hourly rate
      • Overtime
        • Employees paid at a higher rate for when work can't be completed during normal work hours
        • Usually paid to employees with a wage rather than a salary.
      • Salary
        • Annual figure which is payed monthly

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