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Last year the American Management Association (AMA) survey of 352 HR executives confirmed that certain enhancement issues were of top importance to employees and improved retention. “Investing in employees’ future is more important than immediate compensation,” said Eric Rolfe Greenberg, AMA’s director of management studies. “Programs that improve work skills and future career development are seen as particularly effective.” The AMA survey identified the following skill enhancement techniques and Cheap Cigarettes Online USA the percentage of companies employing them as a retention strategy:
Skill Enhancement Issue/Used in Organizations
Company support for degree/62.2%
Interpersonal skills training/56.8%
Another study by ASTD showed that “leading-edge” companies trained 86 percent of employees while “average” companies trained only 74 percent. Leading edge companies also spent twice as much per employee. Companies that invest the most in workplace learning, the study showed, yielded higher net sales per employee, higher gross profits per employee, and a higher ratio in market-to-book values.
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