Avoiding Legal Liability for Adult Educators, Human Resource Developers, and Instructional Designers
In more pristine times, the primary reason for providing effective training was to increase the probability of correct and consistent performance on the job. Adult educators and managers of human resource development programs should be concerned for a secondary reason. This reason involves the prevention of legal liability. In this sense, effective training and development becomes a defense to an allegation of failure to adequately train the organizations employees.
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