Who would have guessed employee education was one of the best paths to retention and productivity?
I always thought that honor went to good coffee.
But studies have shown that employees who receive training, from administration to temporary workers, are the most satisfied. And I’m sure adding good coffee in with employee education could only amplify the positive effects.
Employee education makes your team feel valued
You invest where you expect to see a return. Your team members feel this fact reflected in the opportunities you give them for development.
And using regular training to keep everyone abreast of any changes not only propels your organization forward, it also shows respect for your hard-working team members.
It stings to find out you unwittingly broke protocol or missed the mark with a client because of missing information that could have been included in a training session.
As we learn to engage a distinct tech-friendly generation that’s often labeled “millennials,” we’re learning that these young adults want more than just a paycheck. They want to grow. They crave professional development. It’s part of their value system.
Team training makes you more efficient and creative
An informed, unified team pursues company goals far better than a disconnected collection of stellar individuals.
Employee education gives you an opportunity to sharpen each of your team members’ skills so they sit at the discussion table with their eyes up. Professional development fosters confidence that enables them to speak up with creative directions and solutions.
Engaged, trained employees also take more pride in their work, since it’s the result of their personal investment of time and focus.
Varay is on your side as you train your team
We believe good coffee should be included as part of your employee education plan, but it’s even more important to have a trusted partner like Varay to free your team up to do their jobs.
Employee morale increases with good professional training, but it sinks every time they have to set aside work to fight IT fires.