Retention Through Education and Partnership
A qualified workforce is a happy workforce. The link between sponsored training and retention can’t be denied.
More and more, educational opportunities and partnerships are tailored to meet the demands of busy managers who need to train workers.
One of the most frustrating aspects of managing people is the time and cost of recruiting, hiring and training new employees over and over. For those who want higher retention, the answer usually comes down to making sure employees feel loyal and content. Countless studies have shown that an employee's satisfaction is closely tied to whether they feel their employer cares about them.
When the vision of the employee and the company align, a partnership can be very rewarding. But, it can be a challenge to align the needs of workers with the needs of companies. To achieve it, today’s managers are discovering that empowering a workforce and creating lifelong learners are in the best interest of a company.By funding education and training for team members, a solid organization is built that is able to stay competitive in today’s shifting economic landscape. At the same time, training empowers each employee to focus on his or her career and reach new heights. Loyalty and enthusiasm can translate to serious engagement and business innovation. Here are four key considerations: