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Employees Training Quotes By Zig Ziglar

The only thing worse than training employees and losing them is to not train them and keep them. — Zig Ziglar

Employees Training Quotes By Pankaj Mishra

Policymakers can draw much from 'The Need for Roots': such clear prescriptions as that employers ought to provide an adequate vocational training for their employees, education should be compulsory and publicly funded, and include technical as well as elementary education. — Pankaj Mishra

Employees Training Quotes By Abhishek Ratna

Good management has considerable impact on engagement levels of the employees and drives them towards excellent performances. — Abhishek Ratna

Employees Training Quotes By Gregory Balestrero

Employees cannot become more productive in every sense of the word unless they are provided with continuous on-the-job training. — Gregory Balestrero

Employees Training Quotes By Zig Ziglar

There is only one thing worse than training employees and losing them,
and that's not training them and keeping them — Zig Ziglar

Employees Training Quotes By Abhishek Ratna

A good manager will always have the big picture in mind and guide the employees through a series of small targets in order to achieve overall success. — Abhishek Ratna

Employees Training Quotes By Kate Griffin

The majority of the employees here are civilians," explained my Alderman guide/protector/companion/would-be-executioner as we strode without a word to the security guards through the foyer towards the lifts. "They conduct themselves within perfectly standard financial services and regulations. There is one specialist suboperational department catering to the financing of more ... unusual extra-capital ventures, and the executive assets who operate it have to undergo a rigorous level of training, psyche evaluation, personality assessment, and team operational analyses."
We stared at him, and said, "We barely understood the little words."
"No," he replied, "I didn't think you would. — Kate Griffin

Employees Training Quotes By George R. Roberts

Social-enterprise employees earn wages and pay taxes, reducing their recidivism rates and dependence on government assistance. They also receive crucial on-the-job training, job-readiness skills, literacy instruction and, if necessary, the counseling and mental-health services they need to move into the mainstream workforce. — George R. Roberts

Employees Training Quotes By Diego Della Valle

I come from a family with a long tradition in shoemaking, and I still live in a region famous for its shoemakers. It is getting harder and harder to find skilled workers. There are no professional training institutes, so we have to train our own employees. And an apprenticeship takes three years. — Diego Della Valle

Employees Training Quotes By Richie Norton

What is good customer service about then?

One word: caring.

Bad customer service happens when the employee doesn't care.

You could chalk it up to low wages or getting paid regardless of results. But that's not it either.

Hiring managers need to do two things and two things only:

1. Hire employees that ALREADY care and are ALREADY motivated.

2. Repeat step 1.

When this is done, everything changes.

People are happy on both sides of the table.

Costs for management and training plummet — Richie Norton

Employees Training Quotes By Richard Branson

The first thing that has to be recognized is that one cannot train someone to be passionate
it's either in their DNA or it's not. — Richard Branson

Employees Training Quotes By Jay Samit

Most companies overlook the most basic of all training functions: the onboarding of new employees into their corporate culture. — Jay Samit

Employees Training Quotes By Jeffrey Pfeffer

So, the three qualities of a workplace that would develop people would be information sharing, investing in the training of the workforce, and giving employees the ability to use their training and information to make decisions. — Jeffrey Pfeffer

Employees Training Quotes By Clive Shepherd

Formal training is arduous, disruptive and expensive and so best reserved for getting across the most critical concepts and principles, and the skills that employees use every day. — Clive Shepherd

Employees Training Quotes By Alexandra Robbins

By treating patients like customers, as nurse Amy Bozeman pointed out in a Scrubs magazine article, hospitals succumb to the ingrained cultural notion that the customer is always right. "Now we are told as nurses that our patients are customers, and that we need to provide excellent service so they will maintain loyalty to our hospitals," Bozeman wrote. "The patient is NOT always right. They just don't have the knowledge and training." Some hospitals have hired "customer service representatives," but empowering these nonmedical employees to pander to patients' whims can backfire. Comfort is not always the same thing as healthcare. As Bozeman suggested, when representatives give warm blankets to feverish patients or complimentary milk shakes to patients who are not supposed to eat, and nurses take them away, patients are not going to give high marks to the nurses. — Alexandra Robbins

Employees Training Quotes By Abhishek Ratna

A manager must always provide the employees opportunities to continuously improve their skills and reassure them that they have a promising future. — Abhishek Ratna

Employees Training Quotes By Tadashi Yanai

Opening new stores outside of Japan is important, but training our employees is even more important. — Tadashi Yanai