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Evaluating On-the-Job Training Methods to Optimize Consistency & Effectiveness

OJT can be a powerful training method, specifically for job-specific instructions. Yet research shows it can also be a source for shortcuts and misinformation to spread from employee to employee. There are methods and best practices to ensure OJT sticks to the company script while increasing engagement among both trainees and trainers. This report highlights several OJT methods leading to greater job performance.

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New Report: The State of Workplace Safety Training, Insights and Action Items

This groundbreaking research on workplace safety training uncovers the root causes behind training challenges and how certain technologies are used to drive improvements. Download a complimentary copy for the report to learn from actionable best practices identified in the study.

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New Report: Data Analysis & Insights from the 2020 Global Food Safety Training Survey

Use this in-depth research and analysis to benchmark your food safety training program. Utilize these findings and identified best practices to gain support within your organization for the resources needed to meet our industry’s evolving training needs. Download a complimentary copy of the full report today to learn how to turn these insights into action on the floor.

Mind of the Food Worker: Behaviors and Perceptions that Impact Safety Operations

How do your frontline workers view their jobs, workplace safety, and relationships to their supervisors? Learn what the Center for Research and Public Policy uncovered in an Intertek Alchemy-commissioned online survey of more than 1,200 food workers and leaders.

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The Positive Impact of Behavioral Change on Food Safety & Productivity

Learn how effective training, corrective observations, and coaching can dramatically improve safety and productivity. This white paper outlines results of a study conducted by training expert Robert Meyer regarding sustainably changing behaviors of frontline food workers.