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Employee education, training, and on-going training are some of the most underdeveloped facets in organizations. Typically, new employees are trained by their direct managers, and if there has been a systematic employee training failure, new employee training becomes less and less successful with each new hire.
According to a recent study, it was uncovered that 1 in 5 employees leave their job within 45 days of being hired. Why? A poor onboarding experience and a lack of understanding their core job responsibilities topped the list.
If employees don’t know how to do their job or what’s expected of them, you can’t expect them to perform well.
You know the cost of employee turnover. Yes, some turnover is unavoidable, but continuously losing employees because of poor on-the-job training and learning is avoidable. SHRM reports that the annual turnover rate in the U.S. workforce is close to 20%, and with the average cost to hire a new employee being upwards of $4,000, your organization can’t afford high turnover rates due to poor training and learning.