An empirical investigation into on-the-job training (OJT) in selected general insurance companies in Singapore.
Tan, Suan Piow.
Date of Issue1997
College of Business (Nanyang Business School)
As competition from the emerging economies in the region becomes keener, training and retraining will become increasingly vital to sustain Singapore's economic competitiveness. Hence there is a need for the workforce to be constantly skilled to produce new and better goods and services. On-the-job training or OJT has a role in that skilling process. In simple terms, OJT is a training system where the worker acquires new skills within the work environment under the guidance of the immediate supervisor.
NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY