Staff training can improve your business's productivity, profits, staff motivation and customer satisfaction. It makes sense to provide training opportunities to keep your staff's skills current.
There are different ways to approach training.
You could organise on the job training or pay for staff to attend courses and workshops. You could also support them undertaking formal study, such as a university or TAFE course.
Equal opportunity laws require you to give all staff the same access to training, regardless of
- association with a child
- caring responsibilities
- chosen gender
- marital or domestic partnership status
- religious appearance or dress (in work or study)
- spouse or partner's identity
You can also make sure that your managers and supervisors are trained to deal with problems in the workplace before they develop.
Last updated on 4 July, 2011 - 17:28.
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