How to ensure that retraining efforts stick

02/1/2013 | Blogging4Jobs

Even experienced employees sometimes need to be retrained following a change in policies or procedures, Eric Friedman writes. You can help them succeed by itemizing each new task that the employee needs to learn and make sure you follow up after three to six months. Also, it's important that employees understand why they're being retrained, Friedman writes.

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