Leading practice guidance providing HR professionals with information on professional development opportunities available to them, including earning certifications, networking through professional organizations or social media sites and other professional development tools.
California employers with 25 or more employees seeking to educate employees about the availability of accommodations and employer assistance to enroll in adult literacy programs and to demonstrate compliance with California law should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.
An employer may use this form to document the completion of a training course by an employee. Whether internal or external training methods are used, training affords an employee the opportunity for growth and further development of job skills.
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