5 Considerations Before Proposing An Employee Training Program  

Guest post by Hugh McCullen, president of MicroTek. He is responsible for expanding the customer services portfolio and global presence while accelerating the company’s ability to provide best-in-class training and meeting room facilities designed to enhance the learner experience. He strives to position the company as a trusted partner.

A 2014 Brandon Hall Group benchmark study showed that many companies did not make significant changes to employee training within the previous five years. According to the study, the majority of companies reviewed and revised training strategies less than twice in half a decade. In a world where technology becomes obsolete almost as fast as it hits the market, employee training programs should be constantly reviewed and updated. Before you propose a new program or changes to existing programs, consider these five questions:

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