multi-skilling

multi-skilling

n
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the practice of training employees to do a number of different tasks
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The aim of the Building, Maintenance, Multi-trade Repair & Refurbishment Operations (BMMRRO) qualification is to develop practical skills across a number of trades - and achieve a respected multi-skilling qualification at the end.
As Duty Holder we can identify opportunities to reduce costs through multi-skilling workforces, fit-for-purpose systems, integrated planning and optimised maintenance, explained David.
In another study (Chen & Wallace, 2011) conducted in luxury hotels in Taiwan, it was observed that through multi-skilling of front-line managers the service quality improved, high job satisfaction levels were attained accompanied with an increase in retention levels.
I was given all the practical skills and in this business there is a lot of multi-skilling.
5m and operating margins were 15%, all of which were up from the second quarter of 2016 as the company's cost reduction, multi-skilling, and lab automation programmes continue to produce positive financial results.
This requires us to carry out what many may view as cross-training or multi-skilling to ensure that we can send only one person to the problem.
Right) |Jess Rickett, who is on Yorkshire Water's four-year multi-skilling apprentice scheme
One example highlighted is the benefits of multi-skilling staff so they can fulfill multiple roles and know the business and its products better.
5) Multi-skilling means acquiring several different skills ostensibly for multi-tasking and versatility.
The Ashes may well hinge on Watson's multi-skilling, hence the rush to find a suitable replacement.
These are based around multi-skilling and a reduction in hours, but not until winter 2013 and only for the winter season.
It has now embarked on a multi-skilling programme that will ensure its team are able to respond quickly and effectively to production issues.
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