Attracting and retaining quality employees and support staff is expensive for any business, so reducing turnover is vital to success. Training becomes a bridge to employee satisfaction – both in the short- and long-term.
Training new hires from day one sets the tone for a business culture that values learning, and invests in people in order to cultivate capable, well-rounded empowered employees. Putting a strong focus on training also helps companies retain employees because they understand and can identify opportunities for career and personal growth.
Early training is vital as it helps people connect and integrate into the company. P.B. Bell, a leader in multifamily development, acquisitions and property management, has created comprehensive programs for every sort of job you can imagine, for people with all sorts of learning styles. Day one of any training covers what new employees need to know about the organization, the requirements for that particular job and what to expect as different milestones are reached – i.e., first day, first week, first 90 days, and so on. There is also a special workbook that outlines the growth path for the first 90 days of employment.
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