off-the-job

off-the-job

adv
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) away from one's normal place of work
Translations

off-the-job

[ˈɒfðəˈdʒɒb] adj (course, training) → fuori sede inv
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Among Yorkshire and the Humber employers who employ apprentices now or had recently employed them, 26% were unaware apprenticeships required 20% off-the-job training while 12% did not know off-the-job training needed to be paid.
33 per cent were unaware that apprenticeships required 20 per cent off-the-job training.
The central purpose of this research is to explore and analyze training programs of NGOs as in-house, on-the-job, and off-the-job training practices and their effectiveness in term of perceived employees' performance.
The programme involves 11 weeks off-the-job interactive learning using simulated working environments at the YES Skills Academy and eight weeks on-thejob training in the Nissan plant, where trainees have the chance to learn from experts on the industry's most innovative equipment.
The programme involves 11 weeks off-the-job interactive learning using simulated working environments at the YES Skills Academy and eight weeks on-the-job training in the Nissan plant, where trainees have the chance to learn from experts on the industry's most innovative equipment.
If we characterize the number of work-related deaths each year as unacceptable, how can we possibly justify the overwhelming number of off-the-job deaths?
The total number of off-the-job hours vary from between 312 hours to 1,690.
Apprenticeships benefit from programmes with on and off-the-job training and by picking up skills only learned in the workplace, enabling apprentices to compete with college leavers or graduates who don't yet have those essential skills sought by employers.
To qualify you must be employed by a Northern Ireland-based company to work a minimum of 21 hours including time for off-the-job training, or day-release.
More than half of ICT workers who received training this year were trained off-the-job, usually on their employers' premises or at specialist centres.
This study posits that an organization can benefit from improved relationships via psychological contract fulfillment between its internal exchange partners (i.e., employees) such that overall job assessments of satisfaction and embeddedness, both on-the-job and off-the-job embeddedness are positively impacted, while internal customer intentions to turnover are decreased (Figure 1).
Dokurno says the company is adamant about providing its workers with safety equipment for off-the-job tasks, even if it's as straightforward as providing hearing equipment to protect their ears when mowing the lawn.