Posts Tagged ‘cost cutting’
Each year we look forward to the release of the ASTD State of the [Training] Industry report which cites trends and statistics on employee development. Many of our clients use this data to help benchmark their own efforts, and to forecast trends for the future. The 2011 report, based on a diverse sampling of 461 […]
According to the American Management Association, the cost of hiring and training a new employee can vary from 25 to 200% of annual compensation. The turnover cost for an employee can be 15%, which means it costs $2,500 to lose an $8/hour employee – the more the employee earns the more it costs to replace […]
Looking to cut your training costs? Needing results with your learning program? Our train-the-trainer workshop certifies trainers in adult learning theory, workshop design, and presentation skills. More and more organizations are finding it cost effective to build in-house training teams and purchase scripted modules that are “ready to go.” We have now launched over a […]
In a recent Robert Half International Survey which was taken by more than 2,300 professionals worldwide, 73% of participants thought training was the number one way to increase workplace retention. Soft Is Actually Hard In the same respect we’ve recently come across these numbers as they relate to soft skills in the workplace. We tend […]
In this article we discuss how organizations can cut cost while offering employee development by implementing In-House Training Teams within their organizations.