How to Get More from Your Training BudgetPosted in : HR Updates on 16 November 2015
To improve results from expenditure on training activities, companies should focus on what is happening in the workplace before and after training has taken place. Companies spend their training budget annually, training their staff on topics that they believe will help improved organisational performance - topics like communication skills, customer service, sales, building high performance teams, IT, leadership, or performance management. However, too often companies do not bother to track the return on their training investment. Whilst the content of training is important, other factors should be considered.
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