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H.R Management

Human Resource Management

H.R Management

Human Resource Management

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Human Resource Management

Businesses that invest in training recognize a global reality that “the difference between success and failure depends on a competent, skilled workforce”. The competitive landscape in which businesses operate, demands that workers keep pace with technology and best practices. The technology in the workplace is changing very rapidly and companies that can't keep up will drop out of competition.

The sustainable profit managing organizations recognizes that the “training and development knowledge, attitude and skills of the staff and agency field force are fundamental to its continued efficient and profitable performance.” Their training managers use Return on Investment (ROI) to demonstrate that the training function is a profit center, not just a cost center. Fortune 500 companies only spend money on things from which they see a measurable return. Training clearly is giving them a bang for their buck.

Training employees are most important because it is an investment in the organization; training expenditures have been positively correlated with employee retention, customer retention, sales and overall profitability. If you have high turnover, training new employees will make them more productive. They will feel better about themselves and the job. They will stick around longer. If your profit per employee is less, you have major problems. Companies need to start training all your employees.

The Society for Human Resource Management recommends that a training budget include the costs for training staff salaries, appropriate learning facilities, training materials, hardware and the cost of outside consultants. Businesses may find it more effective to outsource certain training needs to vendors or benefit from advances in learning technologies to reduce training costs.