On-the-Job Training: The Case Study of Alfa Laval at the Ronneby Manufacturing Unit

Today’s dynamic world and globalization brought constant changes for organizations to perform their activities. These continued needs for individual and organizational development can be traced to numerous demands, competitiveness, increased productivity and employees’ development. The first thing that comes in the minds of the management is productivity. That’s why management of any firm is so focused to improving their employees’ productivity. Training is one of the most pervasive methods for enhancing the productivity of individuals and communicating organizational goals to new personnel.

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Author: Yusaf Gohar and Rashid Ejaz

Source: Blekinge Institute of Technology


CHAPTER 1: History of On-the-Job training
1.1 History of On-the-Job training
1.1.1 International influence On-the-job Training
1.2 European Social Fund
1.2.1 Sweden’s Priorities for ESF 2007-2013
1.3 History employees’ training in Swedish context
1.3.1 Vocational Training in Sweden
1.3.2 Incentives on on-the-job training in Sweden
CHAPTER 2: Literature Review
2.1 Effects of on-the-job training on wages and employability
2.2 Effect of on-the-job training on productivity
2.3 Conducting on-the-job training program
2.4 Assessing on-the-job training needs
2.5 Barriers to OJT
CHAPTER 3: Case Study (Alfa Laval)
3.1 Introduction to Alfa Laval Group
3.2 History of Alfa Laval Group Ronneby
3.3 Alfa Laval Ronneby manufacturing unit
3.4 Production Process at Alfa Laval (BHES)
3.5 On-the-job training in Alfa Laval
3.6 Analysis

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