multiskilling

multiskilling

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the practice of training employees to do a number of different tasks
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I was given all the practical skills, and in this business there is a lot of multiskilling.
He discusses the importance of knowing the building blocks of an organization, the role of influence in leadership, engagement, Lean teams, aligning top management in organizational outcomes, the 15Cs of Lean transformation, adopting a quiver approach, deployment, including those below top management, the challenge of service processes, adopting A3 thinking, metrics, inventory, management information system reports, evaluating the health of Lean adoption, multiskilling, cross-selling, pull-based sales, and other topics.
Deskilling, reskilling and multiskilling in the news media, Journalism Practice, DOI: 10.
Looking now at workforce productivity, we have already made considerable progress through multiskilling where field crews can perform services from multiple product lines in addition to making greater use of remote operations centers.
2004): "Journalists at digital television newsrooms in Britain and Spain: workflow and multiskilling in a competitive environment", en Journalism 5 (1), pp.
Set up an empowered national electronics commission Skill Development - Tie-up with 100 companies to create skill development models - Initiate setting up of 2,500 multiskilling institutions in PPP mode- Support states through funding, technical support to boost capacity Defence and Aerospace - Tax holidays for R&D - Defence procurement procedure to be time bound and simplified- Thrust to MSME sector and streamline export procedure - Facilitate long-term partnerships with private sector Textiles and Apparel GOAL: Mega textile parks ONE-YEAR PLAN - Fiscal incentives - excise duty, service tax and working capital- FDI, single-window clearance- FTAs with key markets Gems and Jewellery GOAL: To employ 6.
This will further help improve " processes by adopting customised computerisation, automation, multi- tasking and multiskilling," the statement said.
Unions should interact with employers of labour on work-place reforms in succh areas as multiskilling, management flexibility, job design, training and development, total quality management, and human resources planning, through the process of collective bargaining.
HPWP are typically implemented as synergistic "bundles" of policies and practices that emphasize worker training, socialization, and rewards such as team-building, performance-based incentives, job rotation or multiskilling, and participative decision making (Appelbaum et al.
Multiskilling in construction--a strategy for stable employment, Technological and Economic Development of Economy 15(4): 540-560.
Multiskilling means the workers are able to switch functions every two hours on the production line.
Multiskilling is different to multitasking, because the worker is trained in different skills.
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