Employee development can be costly, we are a small business and we get it. But it is something you should be doing and should be incorporated into your budget. We understand the fear of spending money on an employee, what happens if you invest in them and they leave? To that I say, what happens if you don’t, and they stay?

Here are some reasons why you should be setting aside funds for employee development

It Helps with Retention

It Helps You Find Great Employees

It Helps You Promote from Within

It Ensures Longevity

It Increases Engagement and Productivity

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