The road to retention: Keeping your best employees

Adapted from "Five Ways to Keep Valued Employees" by David K. Williams  https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidkwilliams/2017/01/22/five-ways-to-keep-valued-employees/#4092b66a1246 Here are five ways to invest in healthy employee relationships and retain your valued employees. 1. Share responsibility. Show your employees you trust them by giving them responsibilities that allow them to grow, and encourage them to gain new skills. Provide ample continuing education... Continue Reading →

Access Trade Training Programs

To work as a certified tradesperson, you need training combined with job experience. Trades training usually takes from one to five years. Most apprenticeship programs take four years. The technical training takes place in a classroom or shop setting at a public institution such as a college or institute or at an approved private training... Continue Reading →

Upskilling Opportunities

up·skill verb gerund or present participle: upskilling teach (an employee) additional skills. "this is an opportunity to upskill staff and expand their capabilities" (of an employee) learn additional skills. "they will provide grants of up to 75% for staff who decide to upskill"   Canada-B.C. Jobs Grant to provide $7 million for "upskilling" by JOC... Continue Reading →

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