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Training and Employee Development

Get the job you interview for -- without ‘interview jitters’, embarrassment, or being stumped by trick interview questions.  Matt & Nan DeLuca and the job-interview.net experts will prepare you for your interview with the Complete Interview Guide.

  • Answers to more than 50 of the Toughest Interview Situations to more than 50 of the Toughest Interview Situations - follow-up calls & letters, illegal questions
  • Control your nerves and give natural, unrehearsed answers
  • Questions to ask the interviewers
  • Review hundreds of skills and abilities questions and answer tips
  • Answers to the Toughest Interview Questions


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Entry Level

  1. How would you go about training a new employee?
  2. What are the steps to take in identifying training requirements?
  3. Aside from formal training, what other means may be used for developing employees?
  4. What factors would you use in evaluating a trainee?
  5. You have one slot available for a personal computer training class. There are two people who have asked to be scheduled. Which factors will you consider in deciding which one of the two people will be scheduled?
  6. What are the four steps in Job Instruction Training?
  7. What is the impact on the organization of inadequate employee training?


  1. You have been asked to develop the training budget. How will you develop the training budget?
  2. Name the methods available for delivering training to employees.
  3. In which situations would distance learning be preferable to instructor-led training?
  4. Under what circumstances, might you recommend computer-based training instead of instructor-led training?
  5. What is a "gap" analysis as it pertains to training?
  6. Have you performed a needs assessment? And, if so, what steps did you take?
  7. What are the benefits of providing just in time training?
  8. You have been asked to develop a training program. What steps will you take in developing the training program?
  9. What are the elements of a successful training program?
  10. What topics would you include in a supervisory development training program?
  11. What items of information should be included in the orientation training for new employees?
  12. What is "distance learning"?
  13. What role can "distance learning" play in the development of our employees?



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