Businesses that frequently hire new employees for low- to medium-skilled job typically employ at least one training supervisor. Training supervisors ensure that all new personnel receive consistent, fair training that provides employees with the necessary tools to execute their job. Typical employers of training supervisors include department stores, larger casual and fast food restaurants, warehouses, and manufacturing plants, among others. The training supervisor is expected to communicate the company's rules, including all benefits and legal information as required by local, state, and federal regulations. The company may use the training supervisor to assist with the collection and filing of new hire paperwork as well.
Training Supervisor Tasks
Work with company leadership to identify and address training needs.
Hold assessments to ensure that new employees understand and retain new information and skills.
Plan curriculum and lessons for new employee training, coordinate times and locations, and run the sessions.
Explain changes in company policies and procedures to employees.