In a fiscally constrained environment, one of the first things managers cut is the training budget. This is counterproductive because it limits productivity and reduces Employee Engagement (E2). The Sasha Corporation estimated the average cost to hire and train a new employee is over $9,000. An effective training program can improve performance, productivity, and retention.
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Take control of your future.
If you’re working for the federal government, you’ve likely been asked at some point to create an Individual Development Plan (IDP) that outlines your short- and long-term career goals and how to reach them. Maybe you’re even working on one now. Instead of setting it aside, or writing out a few ideas without giving it too… Read more »