- create a training plan
- put the training plan in writing
- give employees a written list of important terms, definitions and policies
- train employees before sending them off on their own
- quiz employees after training to be sure they have mastered the training material
- train employees on new products and services in your business
- re-train employees if it appears they have forgotten things along the way
- give better customer service
- are more confident
- have higher retention rates
- generate more profit for the business
- are less likely to damage company property
- have increased job satisfaction
While it is true it takes time and money to properly train employees, the time and expense are nothing when compared to the cost and expense of improper training. Instead of viewing training employees as a nuisance and inconvenience, it is better to think of employee training as an investment in the business you are trying to develop and grown.
In conclusion, it is thrilling to commit to running your business better by training your employees. So, the question for you this thrilling day is what type of training do you provide for your employees?