Posted on February 02 2020
The start of the year is the perfect time to train your staff. With families in back-to-school mode, Operators will possibly experience reduced foot fall in your location resulting in increased downtime, giving you the chance to get everyone on the same page after a busy year-end.
Employee Turnover will probably always remain a challenge within our industry. Some high school kids only want a summer job, while others will stay with you throughout the year. The New Year is a great time to invest in staff that will stay with you over a longer period of time — entry-level employees and managerial staff, alike.
According to Your Organization Needs a Learning Ecosystem, an article by Harvard Business Review, “Like a biological ecosystem, organizations are either growing or they’re dying. And organizations grow when their employees are learning. So if you want a high-growth organization, you need to create a learning ecosystem to support high-growth individuals — to expose them to new and challenging opportunities before their roles become stale.”
Training can help prevent high employee attrition rates and that’s essential because the average cost to replace an employee is about 30 percent of his or her annual compensation. In the long run, efficiently training your staff can save you quite a bit of money and productivity costs.
Here are 4 tips for creating a learning culture at your Operation:
Credits: Tabatha Bender, Redemption Plus
Original Article sourced from: www.baytekent.com