"Front Page", hosted by James Earl Jones, highlights Corporate Training Programs

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A new profile for Public Television looks into advances within the industry.

The popular series, "Front Page" will be creating a profile on Corporate Training Programs. James Earl Jones, the host of program, will be hosting the episode that focuses on how employees are trained once hired by large corporations. "Front Page" is a recurring television series that focuses on important issues in modern society.

Corporate Training Programs have long been the target of ire from individuals who claim that the training programs don't adequately train their program with a one-size-fits-all approach. This approach has several issues that must be addressed if these programs are to improve. First, companies do not adequately decide which employees need training. Everyone comes in at a different level of education and understanding. Some people will require more training than others. Companies should evaluate which employees need training and, if so, how much training. Next, companies frequently send employees off to training assuming that they will come back ready for work. Unfortunately, this isn't always the case. Many companies fail to have an end-of-training assessment to adequately quantify how much each prospective employee has learned. Ultimately, failing to take stock of how much training employees need and how much they have actually learned leads to poor performance and customer service.

"Front Page" with James Earl Jones is a public television series that is adequately reviewed for quality assurance prior to dissemination by national syndicates. The award winning series is distributed to Public Television and many PBS Member stations.

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