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Start Training Employees Before You Hire Them! — 15 Comments

  1. all of these sounds like amazing ideas. A company that has a learning/teaching culture will always succeed.

  2. I agree to all your points. A good leader succeeds most of the time.

  3. Yes very good and trust worthy employees runs the institutions. So we need to develop a good job culture.

  4. Training plays an integral role in the learning and development of new employees. Thanks for sharing those incredible tips!

  5. Definitely, your employees holds a huge percentage of success to your business. Their growth is always a good investment

  6. Having well-trained employees is a must for a business to be successful. Besides training them before they start work, I think continual professional development is also important.

  7. This is great advice for preparing employees. It’s worth the time and money to have them properly ready to start and do the job right.

  8. Good employees are the backbone of every company. But the boss must lead.

  9. These are some great tips – it amazes me how lax some companies can be when it comes to training.

  10. I agree the job training is crucial to have a successful business. You make great points in your article!

  11. I love this. Employee development and training is more vital a company’s success than a lot of employers care to understand

  12. I’m self-employed now, but I used to be in the workforce, and I can say with certainty that employee training is key. I had a job where my boss just would not train me, and then kept yelling at me for not doing it the way he wanted it done.

  13. Training employees is so necessary to make sure they know the company culture and know how to do their job the way you want them to. Having a solid training plan will undoubtedly be helpful at any point in your business.

  14. This sounds like a great idea! Then they’d know what they were doing and how to do it correctly.

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