The Importance of Training and Development in the Workplace

It may cost time and money to send employees for training, but the value they put back into the company as a result is worth it. Shelley Frost writes an article about why training and development should occur. Firstly, training addresses employee weaknesses, elevating everyone to a similarly high level of expertise. Training provides consistency in an organization so that there is an expectation of base knowledge. The improved employee performance subsequently derived will display itself in both knowledge and confidence demonstrated. Employee satisfaction increases when training is readily provided by the company instead of having to be sought out in isolation.

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