WBLC Servicesfor people related processes
WBLC offers services that enable employers to increase the effectiveness of their people-related processes, from recruitment to technical and non-technical training, from employee opinion surveys to mentoring programs, from supervisory training to retention measures, etcetera.
Our approach is always factual: we assist owners and managers in workplaces to make the best use of their people, given their specific cultures, job requirements, staffing needs and financial resources.
Our services include brief projects and longer-term programs that cover employers’ needs in the areas of:
Learning & Development
- Competency Assessments
- Skills Development
- Training Programs
- Remedial Coaching of Competency
- Leadership Development
- Team Building
- Conflict Management
Design / Development of Effective Screening and Selection Programs
- Job descriptions
- Competency profiling
- Interview questions
- Realistic job previews for hourly jobs
Upskilling Assessments for:
- Shop floor
- Management / Executives
Process and Change Management
Process and Change Management from the human perspective to achieve the optimal results in the introduction of new technology an processes in your workplace.
- People Alignment
- Cultural Change
- Project Management
- Business Process Management
- Business Process Effectiveness
- Metrics & Performance Measurement
We make substantiated claims that we are the foremost successful provider of selection of hourly paid workers in large, mid-sized and small companies, with a focus on manufacturing. Our programs over the past five years have shown that we provide a rapid, cost-effective, scientifically and legally valid approach to recruiting, screening, selecting, training and certifying workers in a range of positions. Our approach is fully competency-based, and includes the required non-technical competencies and work styles that individual companies find effective. Prime examples are CNC Operators, CNC Machinists and Structural Airframe Assemblers.
Our results show that hourly workers selected by us are, compared with those not selected by us, more productive, stay longer, are brighter and better suited to their work environment, are more motivated and are more satisfied in training and on the job, produce fewer grievances, errors and absences.