Workplace Slideshow: Employee Training Can Improve Your Bottom Line

By Dennis McCafferty  |  Posted 07-03-2012

Overhaul Needed

63% of execs feel organizations should offer more training opportunities and update existing ones.

Overhaul Needed

Back to School

45% of execs say organizations should work with educational institutions to improve job seekers' chances of placement.

Back to School

Inspiration Outage

Two-fifths of execs say their organization isn't good at improving innovation among employees.

Inspiration Outage

Performance Issues

25% of execs say worker efficiency and productivity aren't benefiting from current training programs.

Performance Issues

Winning Results

A more efficient and better-trained workforce would improve productivity and customer satisfaction by at least 5%, according to survey respondents.

Winning Results

Strapped Budget

Only one in three execs say their organizations have increased investment in training over the last two years.

Strapped Budget

No Excuses

63% of execs say current economic conditions shouldn't present an obstacle for organizations to implement better training.

No Excuses

Self-Starters

82% of execs say job seekers need to do more to develop their own skills.

Self-Starters

Personal Investment

76% of executives say employees should pursue training at their own expense.

Personal Investment

Adjustments Required

More than half of execs say workers from age 51 to 75 need to be more adaptable or flexible.

Adjustments Required