UK firms neglect employee training

UK firms neglect employee training

Universities and schools are doing a better job of preparing UK employees for the working world than businesses themselves, according to research from Opinium, on behalf of training specialists, Filtered.

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Comments (1)

  • Nisha Postlethwaite
    Nisha Postlethwaite
    Sat, 13 Dec 2014 6:27pm GMT
    Businesses that want to survive in the competitive markets of today must train and develop their existing employees and yes, it has it has so many fantastic benefits - I often see this first hand - employees feel valued and are more motivated, productive, and likely to remain at the business and their potential increases . Upskilling staff will also allow for more flexibility in terms of work rotas. Businesses must focus on updating existing staff’s skills to ensure they have the most up to date skills in the industry and to retain their top talent.

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