SSB 7/31/22: The importance of training


The importance of training

We have discussed in previous SSBs that training is one resource that is not disrupted by supply chain issues, it is more important today than ever before. Training has a number of benefits. From enhancing employee performance to improving culture, it’s clear that training pays dividends.

Training leads to better processes and business growth. In today’s ever-changing marketplace, the importance of job training has never been greater. Workforce training is an indispensable way to keep your organization competitive. Employees are human, most will have weaknesses or gaps in their professional skills.

Having a high quality and comprehensive employee training development program enables you to strengthen the skills your workforce does possess as well as to build up knowledge where it is lacking. An employee training development program will bring all of your staff up to a higher standard of competency so that your entire team can share a common set of knowledge and skills.

Reasons for training:

  • Turnover
  • New technology
  • Cost control
  • Role & career flexibility
  • Skill & labor shortage

Bullen has many levels of training it can provide for your salespeople as well as end users, contact your account manager or email us at this link: Tell me about Bullens training resources

Watch Jancast # 127 below where properly trained staff is the only way to achieve the “new” level of Extreme Cleanliness® that is expected.

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Jancast #127 – Podcasting to a cleaner & healthier world

In Jancast #127 Mark and I cover a great new survey from Contracting Profits Magazine and BSCAI, “The 2022 Report on the Building Service Contractor Market”

We talk about how it confirms the shift from cleaning for appearance at the lowest cost to cleaning for safety and at an increased frequency. We cover a lot more market trends that were taken away from this informative survey.

Scott Jarden

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