Why invest in your employee training?
September 30, 2015 / Sharnie Carter
People are the lifeblood of your business, with a skilled workforce being vital to your company’s success. To stay competitive, it’s now more important than ever to ensure your staff are performing at their best – with all the necessary skills and resources at their disposal.
Here are just some of the reasons why you should invest in your staff with a flexible learning course today:
Up to 10 times more cost-efficient:
Did you know that the average cost of recruiting a replacement member of staff and supporting them through training is estimated over £3,000! With our courses costing ten times less than that amount, it’s just a small price to pay to prevent the lengthy and costly recruitment process
Attracting the best of the best:
Investing in your employee learning development will improve your company’s image and public opinion. Training programmes provide external validation of the quality of your working practices. Meaning you’ll attract a higher calibre of candidates who want to work for you!
Think Investment not expense:
People are the most important part of every business and the key to your success. By investing in your staff you’re guaranteed to see a tangible return on your investment. Your employees will have a greater industry-insight and knowledge that they can contribute to their current role.
In it for the long-haul:
Your employees will gain an independently accredited qualification. This proves that you believe in their ability and are willing to invest in their future with you. There’s no better way to make them feel truly valued and instil loyalty to ensure they stay with you for the long-haul.
Staff training and investment not only motivates and improves job satisfaction but is conducive to a supportive working environment. All of which are essential ingredients for a happy and productive workforce!
By giving your staff the scope to learn new skills means they’ll have both the capability and confidence to take on more roles and responsibilities. This will in turn improve your business performance and working efficiency.