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Training is not just about team building classes and fire safety, but plays a vital role in our “strategic” plan as contemporary HRM. We exercise three categories of, “development activities, training; education , and staff development.” (225) Job training, “includes understanding concepts and theories and increases self-awareness of ones own personal attributes perceptions and attitudes and ways of thinking.” (329) As a contemporary HRM, training employees to help them become better at their jobs, is what makes our jobs and the reason we love what we do. Cutting the training area can become crucial for the business, and employees. I mean, “how can an employee honestly do their job without first learning how the job should be done?” In my opinion, I feel like no one is capable of walking into a business knowing how they should work within that company and/or business. You must first be taught (trained). Just as immigrants are growing in companies, who will train them? Diversity training is one of the biggest developments challenges for public employees in accommodating administrative processes and human relations to differences in culture and ethnicity. You will need someone to train these immigrants, as well as everyone else. No one will automatically know how a company works unless they are taught, training will encourage employees to want to do better at what they do.