Training with Bottom Line Results

Do you need more information on helping employees understand the numbers? Give us a call to set up live training for your company or take our online training course. A story about business literacy training with bottom line results: A large commercial bakery was implementing a business literacy training program. … Read More

Many companies encourage employee participation in the business through suggestion systems, self-managed work teams, and other empowerment programs. However, to participate effectively, employees need preparation such as team building, problem solving, and communication-skills training. Such preparation, however, often excludes an important element to creating participative competence—educating employees about the basics … Read More

Information and the Effectiveness of Employee Participation in Organizations by Karen R. Berman Doctor of Philosophy in Organizational Psychology California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles 1997 Kelin Gersick, Ph.D., Chairperson Employee participation has been cited as a means of sustained competitive advantage for organizations in today’s environment. Recently, many … Read More

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