Training is an incredibly important part of any enterprise, and can make the difference between success and failure. Without the proper training, new employees can damage a company through mistakes that could have been easily and inexpensively avoided. A lack of training can also ruin efficiency, which is bad enough in an office, catastrophic in a restaurant or factory, and deadly in the security sector or armed forces. Good, coherent, effective training can help prevent most of these dangers, be it in-house training or sourced externally.
But it’s not just the training of new staff that can be important. Training should be employed to bring experienced staff up to date with the latest relevant developments in their sector, industry and area of expertise. This benefits both the employee and the company: the employee gains the satisfaction and sense of achievement inherent to building a career, and the company gets the rewards of investing in its employees that come from loyalty and dedicated service.
On an individual level, training can provide those with a desire to switch career path, or advance themselves in their current career, with the necessary skills to make those changes. It can also allow people whose circumstances change suddenly to retrain with new marketable skills that will allow them to continue working, an important source of self-worth and self-respect.
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