Many business leaders find it difficult to dedicate time for employee development, but studies show cutting back on these opportunities can cause more harm than good.
In part due to the decline in unemployment, hiring managers are increasingly having a tough time attracting top talent. Offering learning experiences is a great way to retain employees in a tight market.
Professional development has obvious benefits for young employees, teaching them new skills and grooming them for the future. You may also identify future leaders if they’re willing not only to learn, but to share what they learn with others.
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– Erin Hogan, The Pittsburgh 100