Does your training end with your Employee Induction Program?
Its time you woke up!
As the world progresses, it has become imperative that as businesses, we progress with it.
Change is the only constant and by welcoming this change, companies should take that step towards understanding what training represents. Theoretically, training means expanding the knowledge and the skill base of individuals. But it is the volume beneath the surface that a business should be aware of.
Training is like riding a train and you pass through many stations. You start with simple training and you move to medium level and then to the advanced level.
Companies assign training days to train their employees. Companies also allocate training times for training sessions.
Many employers find training and development expensive? Is it? Then look again. Rightly said by Mr. Henry Ford, Founder – The Ford of Motor Company. “The only thing worse than training your employees and having them leave is not training them and having them stay”.
Many employees have certain weaknesses which create barriers and deprive them of performing well in a workplace. Training assists in eliminating these weaknesses, by strengthening employee skills and dissolving inner barriers. A well-organized training &development program provides equivalent skills and expertise, required to perform their tasks better. Putting all employees into regular training sessions ensures that all staff members have exposure to the current trends and updated information.
It’s time to take a good look at the many benefits of regular employee development and training, which in the long run proves beneficial for the organization. These measurable benefits will aid you in
Taking a better decision.
Improved Employee Performance
Unleashed Employee Potential
enhances your ownership and Responsibility
Reduction of Errors