2015: A Critical Time For Training


Slide1Throughout the recession, since 2008, companies have focused on cost savings and efficiency, eliminating non-urgent expenditures such as training and development.  There have been a growing list of consequences — consequences that are now causes for concern that are moving to the top of the list in many organizations:  Skill gaps, Employee Disengagement, and Retention — now that the business economy is improving and jobs are becoming increasingly available.

Following are informational articles and videos highlighting the business case for investment in people through training and development.

Few Managers Have Ever Been Trained How to Manage, by Robert Bidwell, IndustryWeek.com