How training can improve employee retention

The right training increases the value of an employee to themselves and the company. As they feel needed and see their contribution, they are less likely to leave the company. For those of you who are wondering if there is a connection between employee retention and training, there is only one answer: DEFINITELY YES. Training…

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The benefits of un-training before training

Employee training is one of the primary HR activities guaranteeing the smooth execution of tasks, adherence to policies and the overall good atmosphere in the organization. Nowadays the training process has become more of an automated system of checklists and policy documents rather than strategic planning, analysis and directed action. One of the many issues…

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Employee training vs. Employee development

Many times employers put the terms «training» and «development» in the same sentence and even consider it the same thing…. But, in the competitive world we live in, you can not make that mistake anymore…. The fact is that «employee training» and «employee development» are two very different terms and failing to recognize how to…

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Creating Engagement through Technology

One of the challenges for any lecturer or trainer is to inspire and engage students in material that they may view as dull or “why do I have to know this”. For most of us as educators we enjoy seeing that light bulb moment in the student, when they finally connect with the material and…

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Debt Recovery for Retailers

Did you know that as a retailer, you must have a purchase order in place even if you wish to collect goods that have been sold but not paid for and that only 20% of court orders ever result in full payment? The world of credit management can be complex and even with the best…

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Debt Recovery in the Plumbing Industry

Bad debt can affect your ability to meet financial commitments so for many small business, cash flow is key! With only 20% of court order result in full payment, it is always wise to act quickly before the impact on your cash flow becomes too much for your business to take and you end up…

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Katherine has been a practising lawyer for over 15 years, with extensive legal and training experience. She has over 20 years experience in the legal profession either as a clerk, solicitor or barrister across all jurisdictions. Katherine has a mixed background of education, legal and media experience. She currently lecturers in the areas of legal…

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