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Empowering Frontline Staff Through Upskilling

Upskilling, or providing training and learning opportunities to your employees, provides them with the skills they need to thrive in their chosen field of work while adding significant value to your company.

While many assume that upskilling exists for individuals looking to be promoted within the company, it’s important to remember that when it comes to your frontline staff, or individuals who must be physically present to do their job, there’s a world of opportunities to be found through upskilling. Read on to learn more about how continuous and intentional upskilling can benefit your company.

Empowerment: Providing your employees with valuable skills, whether it be training
in a new process or technology being implemented or offering opportunities that build knowledge and skill, gives them the ability to play an active role in increasing productivity and building efficiency.

Retention: Helping your employees gain skills builds trust, allowing them to realize that management sees them as worthy of being invested in. Proper training can also increase the ease with which work is completed, resulting in a more enjoyable work experience, improving employee happiness.

Improvement: Intentional upskilling of current employees provides a clear understanding of which skills and training provide the most ‘bang for your buck’ when it comes to employee efficiency and productivity, allowing you to better plan future training for new employees.

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