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Create a continuous learning process for your employees

More and more companies are finding it difficult to hire right skilled people despite high unemployment number. All business leaders are well aware of the fact and yet, this point pops up every time during hiring process. Your company can’t wait till government and our society do the structural change the education system requires. It is not about future only, as trained employees can handle the situation better and reduce friction between team and clients.

Whether you are a small company, a start-up, a non-profit or a big corporate, trainings are essential part of
your company culture. Training’s tell employee about your company and its focus on empowering the employees for future.
If you can’t afford a full time training department, our company can help you with a vast list of experienced trainers.
Leave message to us to check out how we can help you to get your workforce ready for the future.

Encourage self-learning
Companies should start with making incremental changes in learning and development policies. Provide a nurturing environment for your employees to learn something new without a fear of productivity loss.

Develop a timetable for company trainings
Discipline is key here to create a culture of continuous training. The learning environment your company creates should also publish a basic guideline on learning methods, topics and expected outcomes. You can also fix a day every month for the training program in which employees can take part in getting updated with new processes or skills required. Align your training planning with your HR, financial, marketing and sales divisions. For example, if your annual goal mentions that your company will buy a company based in China, it is better to start planning a training so current employees are better prepared when that happens.

Life Skill Trainings
Though people try to keep work and private life separate, it is becoming extremely difficult for many employees around the world to keep work-life balance. Be practical with your nature of business – does your business require that your employees check emails or do some work tasks other than routine 9-5 job? If your answer is yes, you know your work culture is already affecting work-life balance of your employees for sure.

Hence, it would be a good idea to help them by training them in coping most common non-work related issues. Example, create an induction program for new employees on how to get the most out of the city your office is based in!

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