Investing in the constant training of personnel increases the performance and exponential growth of companies, as stated by Jorge Aldaco, CEO of Alas por México, a leading company specializing in motivation, self-improvement and self-esteem counseling.
According to the National Statistics of Productivity and Competitiveness (Enaproce) it indicates that 15.3 percent of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) do train their workers before or during the incorporation to their tasks.
However, seven out of 10 companies that did not offer training, admitted not having done so because the knowledge and skills of their employees are sufficient to perform their work.
In this sense, Jorge Aldaco highlighted that the constant training of employees increases the productivity of companies by up to 30 percent, for which he explained that investing in this area increases the value of employees, contributes to the reduction of desertion rates, improves operational efficiency and exceeds general industry standards.
“Constant training will help employees reach their potential, so having skilled and competent employees will provide more confidence for promotions, lessen the need to hire outsiders, and avoid problems related to a lack of skilled labor. ”, observed Jorge Aldaco.
At Alas por México –he added– we have implemented an entire program for business groups focused on making staff more effective and their performance has a high impact.
“Employees who have received training tend to be more engaged with the business and more motivated. For an employee, taking a break from daily activities is also a way to recharge energy”, mentioned Jorge Aldaco.
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