Training and development
Attractive to new hires and key to employee retention, staff training and development is critical to a successful business. Candidates are most often attracted to opportunities where they can grow, learn a new skill, and see a journey ahead of them. And having staff training and development programmes and strategies in place is an excellent motivator for current employees to stay, keeping talent within the business and enhancing the skills and knowledge of the workforce as a result. With a strategic and practical approach to employee retention and staff management, you can apply training and development as an integral part of working for your business, keeping in line with employment law as you do so.
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Why should I provide training to staff?
Providing training and development to staff makes them feel valued and more productive in their role. It is also a key contributor to your business’s employee retention and knowledge wealth. In addition, the need for new skills and skilled workers is continuously increasing, so providing support for employees for this is crucial.
What is the importance of training and development?
The importance of training and development is its value to an employee and the business. By continually increasing knowledge, value, and skills with training and development, you can support employees with a tailored career development plan while improving employee retention and productivity in your business.
How can I support my employees’ development?
You can support your employees’ development by offering tailored and specific training and development opportunities. These can be provided in small ways daily and through more extensive programmes with qualifications. We have several management tips to improve employee retention and guide you towards practical training and development.
What’s the difference between training and development?
The difference between training and development is that training educates employees in skills, competency, and learning to carry out the daily functions of a job. Development is about looking at these skills and competencies and nurturing them – to support employees to grow into more significant, more productive roles.