90% of workers would stay in job if offered more training

90% of workers would stay in job if offered more training

90.5% of employees would opt to stay at a company if offered training and development, according to a recent survey by CV-Library.

The news comes at the start of Adult Learning Week, as businesses are put under even more pressure to ensure that employees are learning on the job. The report, which included over 2300 workers, highlighted an overwhelming sense of employee dissatisfaction, citing the happiest workers as those who are offered Continual Professional Development (CPD) by their management.   

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