Why train your staff?
Success in business
Success in business means providing quality work and great customer service at a good price. It means keeping up with technology and staying ahead of the competition. To do that, you need skilled staff who are full of ideas, know the job and understand business priorities. That means they need quality training.
A skilled, trained workforce can dramatically improve bottom line performance, adding value to products and services and making it easier to compete internationally. Satisfied and motivated workers mean higher levels of staff retention, lowering the costs of recruitment.
Who needs to train?
Everyone needs to improve their skills - whether it's a young person just starting out or an old hand with many years' experience.
Plan for the future
The average age of the print workforce is 48 years old. The recruitment of young employees is essential to lead your business into the future.
Productivity - the facts
- Research shows training plays a key role in increased job satisfaction. Two-thirds of employees said they worked harder as a result of learning new skills
Businesses investing an extra £50 a week on training increased profits almost twice as fast as those that failed to raise training budgets
In the UK only 28% of the population have intermediate skills compared with 51% in France and 65% in Germany, and this has a direct impact on productivity. French and German workers produce between a quarter and a third more in every hour than their British counterparts