Page 1 of 6Employee Development is a strategic investment in the training, development, and growth of talent within an organisation. Employee development is typically provided through internships, job rotation, coaching, mentoring, training courses, and peer group assistance within the work place.
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Currently we are in a period in time where there is high demand for skilled employees and where these employees are more likely to leave for new and or better opportunities than ever before. This trend is likely to continue and become stronger. To address this organisations must seek to both attract and retain the best talent within their own ranks. Talented workers have a powerful influence upon the success of an organisation, with improved productivity, enhanced innovation, better morale, and new growth opportunities being driven by skilled workers. Employee development programmes form a cultural platform for an organisation's leadership and management structures. By investing in sound employee development programmes an organisation's talented workers can be internally grown and retained.
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