Friday, 15 February 2013
Very few small businesses are able to establish a formal training and development programme for their staff. When business - and therefore money - is good, employees are usually too busy to stop working yet when there is time to train, it's usually because there are no orders - and therefore money - coming in.
Branduin's Judi Walsingham is a training and development specialist. She shares seven key points that can help employers develop their staff:
Sharing skills. Shadowing. Job Swap. Projects. Delegate. Self learning.
Bite sized training sessions.
See the details on our resources page: training and development.
Posted by The BPc at 19:34