Training Plan for Landslide Limousine
This week, we are given the task of developing a training plan for Bradley Stonefield, owner of Landslide Limousine Services in Austin, TX. This plan will examine the following: 1) needs assessment; which includes environmental analysis, organizational analysis, demographical analysis, operational analysis and individual analysis needs assessment, 2) training methods; which includes types of media, learning principles, training for learning skills or facts, and effectiveness of training methods and 3) training evaluation strategies; which includes criteria, pretests, monitoring and observing training, collecting feedback, and implementing feedback. At the completion of this training plan, Landslide Limousine will have the best top-trained employees in its industry.
Landslide Limousine should consider relevant internal and external organizational environmental factors for this new company. The relevant elements that will be discussed include unions, laws and economic factors. The organization would have to address union rights for the 25 workers at Landslide Limousine. According to "Right-To-Work Laws In Texas" (2013), “Texas laws protect employees from threats, force, intimidation, or coercion for choosing to either participate or not participate in a union” (para. 2). The organization should also consider the car accident ratio in the Austin area which would have several negative implications for the company. According to "City Of Austin Traffic Fatality Report" (2013), "In 2013, 15,011 traffic crashes were reported in Austin. This reflects an increase of 14% from 2012. The company expects to have an annual turnover of 10%. With this in mind, human resources should have a pool of applicants that can be hired at a moment’s notice.
The organization is projected to have a net loss of $50,000 in the first year. To meet the training objectives and the projections...