A down economy has discouraged voluntary employee departures over the last two years. But as the recovery gains steam, so will job opportunities for your top-performing employees. Most of us recognize training as a means of building skills and productivity. But studies show it is also one of the most effective retention tools available. By investing in the development of your employees' knowledge, skills and abilities, you demonstrate a commitment to their growth. That motivates employees and gives them reason to stay.  

Training boosts retention and engagement

A down economy has discouraged voluntary employee departures over the last two years. But as the recovery gains steam, so will job opportunities for your top-performing employees. Most of us recognize training as a means of building skills and productivity. But studies show it is also one of the most effective retention tools available. By investing in the development of your employees' knowledge, skills and abilities, you demonstrate a commitment to their growth. That motivates employees and gives them reason to stay. 

As you refine your workforce strategy in the changing economy, consider Ceridian's Performance Learning training sessions. These are designed to address company-specific business issues such as organizational change, performance management, sexual harassment, substance abuse, conflict management, and workplace violence. Some of the sessions are for managers and others for a general employee audience. Exercises, role plays, and case studies are customized to match your organization's work environment. Relevant organizational policies and procedures can be incorporated into the curricula, as applicable. Session length ranges from 2 hours to multiple days, depending on the issues being addressed. 

To find out more about Ceridian Training and E-Learning, contact your account manager or call a Ceridian training coordinator at 877-761-3614.