Books are a great way to learn new techniques to train and connect with your employees.
Topics can range from practical business practices… To more subjective insights into human behavior... To laser focused research and case studies. Either way, books provide an in-depth opportunity for professional development and business growth.
To help you identify books worth reading, we put together this list of the 18 best books on employee training written in the last 10 years.
With 3.5 million jobs needed to be filled by 2025, manufacturers have a big challenge ahead of them. The average U.S. manufacturer is losing an estimated 11% of its annual earnings (EBITDA), or $3,000 per existing employee, due to the talent shortage. Companies need to move beyond the limitations of on-the-job training programs and looks towards
Download our e-book on “How to Train the Next Generation of Manufacturers” to learn more.
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