Continuing Blog Series from G&A Partners: 5 Strategies to Strengthen your HR infrastructure.
This is the last post in our five week series in which we have analyzed the different ways in which you can strengthen the human resources organization of your company. Each week, this blog has discussed one strategy in-depth. Previous posts can be found HERE.
Strategy #5: Develop Training Programs
If you want engaged employees, engage in a proven training program.
Employee satisfaction and engagement are critical to building and maintaining a strong performing company, and nothing is more fundamental to generating feelings of satisfaction and engagement than providing your employees opportunities for professional development. Training programs offer those developmental opportunities, but many companies don’t have the time, expertise or budget to coordinate first-class, relevant instruction and learning programs.
Many HR service providers have a successful track record of designing and conducting proven training programs that can meet your company’s organizational needs as well as the individual needs of your employees. So while your company is building the skilled workforce it needs for business success, your employees are gaining the skills they desire for their personal success. Proven training programs can address the following topics:
• Customer Service Training
• Team Building
• Sexual Harassment Awareness
• Workplace Diversity
• Age Discrimination
• FMLA Compliance
HR shouldn’t have to take a back seat to your core business, but the time and resources it takes to manage HR effectively needn’t compromise it either. Whether you need turnkey HR operations or merely supplemental support, HR service providers can provide the human resources and administrative support your company needs to administer to your employees’ needs, from the time they’re hired to the time they retire. At the end of the day, revitalizing your HR organization with experienced people and exceptional processes can ensure your company has what it needs to maintain its strength and retain its employees.