Training is important because it represents a good opportunity for employees to grow their knowledge base and improve their job skills to become more effective in the workplace. Despite the cost of training for employees, the return on investment is immense if it is consistent.
Not only do these programs offer opportunities for staff to improve their skills, but also for employers to enhance employee productivity and improve company culture. They also can reduce employee turnover — and a 2020 Work Institute study shows just how important that can be for a company’s bottom line.
Why is Quality so important for an organization? I will start with a basic idea … It’s a well-known fact that an organization (company, business or non-profit) is a complex system which is primarily designed to add value to all stakeholders: employers, legal owners, staff, customers, business partners, authorities, etc.