ON-THE-JOB TRAINING COSTS: AN ANALYSIS
NAVAL PERSONNEL PROGRAM SUPPORT ACTIVITY WASHINGTON DC PERSONNEL RESEARCH LAB
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The study presents the results of a preliminary investigation of the feasibility of computing on-the-job training costs. For the purpose of this study on-the-job training is that which involves learning or improving job performance under actual working conditions. At present there is no system within the Navy to cost out on-the-job training. Training cost reporting is limited to formal, or school, training. The addition of an on-the-job training cost to the school cost if any would provide a more complete training cost. Training costs play a major part in many personnel management decisions therefore a training cost which reflects all the training provided an individual would prove valuable.
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