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December 31, 2012

Measuring Training Returns

Training seems to be a matter of money waste in many companies point of view. Six sigma & Lean as well as any other new introduced systems will require some training to staff. The problem is that employers think that although training upscale an employee skills, it give him or her a better chance to leave to other places. Well such thoughts are good to be considered, not to avoid training, but to find a proper way in reducing turnovers. My point is that training is important to build strong and confident employees. Its benefit won’t be numbers and immediate financial figures, but it can be measured differently. For example having a case of employees receiving training and leaving the company!! Looking at the bright side, your company reputation is growing on the market for creating such experienced staff. Also looking at how employees deal with things after getting well trained might bring some satisfaction. In simple words, setting proper measuring tools might change people ideas about many things “training in this case” .

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