Monthly Archives: October 2008

Training Best Practices

By following five best practices, you can maintain an efficient and high-performing training organization. The practices by which training organizations operate are as numerous as training organizations themselves. Training best practices can reach the most detailed level of every day … Continue reading

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Making Training Meaningful

Training programs should offer incentive for employees to learn. By following four simple steps, you can make your training programs meaningful to every learner. Assembling all of your training programs is a fantastic accomplishment. Making them meaningful is another question. … Continue reading

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Turnover, Turnover, Turnover

Did you know, that if you have a turnover of just 10 employees it costs your company at least $80,000. With ongoing training, your employees are 70% less likely to leave within the first five years of employment.The reasons for … Continue reading

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Training Resistant Staff

A company’s implementation of a new training program hit some rough patches. Part of the problem was the laissez-faire attitude many salesmen, support and technical staff had regarding training with the new system. Some company officials admitted that training sessions … Continue reading

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Use New Hire Training to Ramp Up Quickly

In order to bring new hire employees up to speed quickly, implement new hire training programs using a combination of on-the-job training, formal training, and mentorship. Many organizations choose to train new hires strictly on-the-job (OTJ). This can be a … Continue reading

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