May 2015 - Wallingford, CT - A survey from the Society for Human Resource Management found almost 60% companies identified employee retention as the top challenge in 2022. In the last year, more organizations formed employee teams to research solutions for performance development, organizational managment, corporate morale, and employee retention. The biggest driver to incenting employee motivation and satisfaction was training.
The SE Water Authority's cross organizational employee team surveyed employees on skill gaps. The managers prioritized department needs and matched their employees' training options with DTS' curriculum. "What a win-win", commented CEO Mansfield. "Employees felt empowered to build individual skills, and allotted time to do so." The classroom feedback was unanimously positive that employees felt invested and part of the company's long term solution. From Excel dashboard analysis and pivot table manipulation skills, to file management best practices to Word graphic design and publishing tips, employees gained critical skills to increase efficiency, producitivity and on- the -job value --- priceless!
What is your plan? Consider talking to DTS to build your own training program and investment in the employees of tomorrow.
Performance Development Committees Take Training to New Heights