Caregory:  Training

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On-job training vs internship?

On-job training vs internship?
janica

janica Replied on 1/4/2017 at 5:12 AM

Training is not compulsory in most of the cases as sometimes-new employees comes with already gained experience. Internship can be paid or unpaid. ... Employees who gets training remain the permanent employees of the company while internship provide short-term employment and temporary position.

raina

raina Replied on 9/28/2016 at 5:16 AM

On the job training is good.

Naina

Naina Replied on 9/2/2016 at 5:50 AM

Internship just give good experince about the company and their rules and regulations.

Riya

Riya Replied on 7/27/2016 at 5:31 AM

Internship is a short term service.

Riya

Riya Replied on 7/12/2016 at 6:05 AM

If you are an intern you are not an employee. You are there for a short period of time. Some companies pay their intern and some don't. Usually interns don't get paid much though. On the job training meaning you are already an employee. But maybe you are new and it's your first job in that industry so they need to train you. Or maybe you have recently moved to a different department and they need to train you.

Riya

Riya Replied on 5/27/2016 at 5:52 AM

Internship, is important.

Riya

Riya Replied on 4/25/2016 at 4:54 AM

A trainee is an official employee of the firm that is being trained to the job he/she was originally hired for. Literally an employee in training. Typically a lot firms will have a trainee period (2-3 months) where the person is still being evaluated after which an official decision to hire on a permanent basis is made. It is often used as a insurance measure by companies.An intern is usually understood as a temporary position. Often unpaid (but definitely not required), Usually an intern is a student in the field who is looking for experience in the field before he/she seeks a job. Interns CAN be hired by a firm after the internship is over, but unlike a trainee program (where the hiring is the end goal) and internship is typically for a specific - short- period of time (say 3 weeks or 4 months. Usually internships are reserved for positions in professional fields - a law student may intern at a law firm over the summer. A science student will intern in a laboratory, etc.When it comes to the medical profession, an intern in the medical field is actually a technical definition. It is a doctor who has completed medical school and has received their degree, but is still unlicensed and not allowed to practice medicine on their own. These are paid positions in hospitals that is a standard rite of passage for medical students. However, it is subtly different from internships as described as a above.

Riya

Riya Replied on 4/11/2016 at 5:21 AM

Training is a program in which the trainee gets a chance to apply his theoretical knowledge in the practical life. If we talk about Internship, it is a type of training in which the colleges or institutes enters into an agreement with the organizations to provide practical knowledge to their students. Just go through this article to know the important differences between the training and internship.

Riya

Riya Replied on 4/6/2016 at 6:15 AM

Training is a program organized by the companies for their employees for improving their skill, performance and ability while Internship is a job training given to the students for giving them real world experience about the work place.Rules and Regulations of the company are applied to the trainees but not to the interns.After the completion of the training the trainees get job placement while no job is given to the interns.The objective of the training is to improve the performance and productivity of the employees. On the other hand the objective of the internship is to gain the practical knowledge.The duration of training is normally more than the duration of the internship.The training can either be on the job or off the job, whereas internship is always on the job.

Riya

Riya Replied on 4/5/2016 at 5:19 AM

If you are an intern you are not an employee. You are there for a short period of time. Some companies pay their intern and some don't. Usually interns don't get paid much though. On the job training meaning you are already an employee. But maybe you are new and it's your first job in that industry so they need to train you. Or maybe you have recently moved to a different department and they need to train you.

Riya

Riya Replied on 3/16/2016 at 5:20 AM

If you are an intern you are not an employee. You are there for a short period of time. Some companies pay their intern and some don't. Usually interns don't get paid much though. On the job training meaning you are already an employee. But maybe you are new and it's your first job in that industry so they need to train you. Or maybe you have recently moved to a different department and they need to train you.

Riya

Riya Replied on 2/16/2016 at 4:46 AM

The purpose of an internship is for the intern to gain practical or applied education in a career field. Thus, a communications major might look for an internship in radio, television or marketing. Labor laws say an intern cannot displace a regular employee and is closely supervised by staff. A trainee in a similar program is training for an actual occupation such as hairdresser or computer technician. In other training programs, activities qualify a trainee to be a tradesman or to take a job as a police officer or firefighter.

Riya

Riya Replied on 2/12/2016 at 5:17 AM

The words "intern" and "trainee" are often used interchangeably, but, depending on context, there are distinctions between them. The distinctions and context can be important for an employer to avoid running afoul of federal labor rules. The Wage and Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor has guidelines for what constitutes a trainee or intern under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act. Court cases have shown there is room for interpretation, though, so employers setting up internship or training programs should get legal advice.

Riya

Riya Replied on 1/6/2016 at 4:49 AM

If you are an intern you are not an employee. You are there for a short period of time. Some companies pay their intern and some don't. Usually interns don't get paid much though. On the job training meaning you are already an employee. But maybe you are new and it's your first job in that industry so they need to train you. Or maybe you have recently moved to a different department and they need to train you.

Riya

Riya Replied on 11/3/2015 at 5:34 AM

Both are different.

Riya

Riya Replied on 10/26/2015 at 5:49 AM

An internship is what you do to complete your study program, it is usually the determining factor in whether or not you graduate. On the job training is a combination of work and study.

Riya

Riya Replied on 6/16/2015 at 4:20 AM

On the job training offers partial wage reimbursement to businesses that hire and train new employees, OJT compensates the business for money spent on wages during the training period of a new hire.

Riya

Riya Replied on 6/5/2015 at 12:46 PM

If you are an intern you are not an employee.You are only there for a short period of a time. Some companies pay to their intern and some don't. Uget paid much . On the job training means you are already an employee, but maybe you are new and it's your first job in that industry so they need to train you.

aniket

aniket Replied on 4/3/2015 at 8:36 AM

Both have their individual merits.


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