Highly skilled and proficient employees are an asset to any
organization. In today’s uncertain
economy, blue chip employees are keeping their options open, continually
looking for their next opportunity.
As an employer, how do you attract these key players to be a
part of your organization? And more importantly, how do you retain them?
At Disney, the first step is by providing a training plan
for their full time and contract IT workforce.
They have learned that salary and benefits are just a means to satisfy
employees. But to attract the best, and motivate those already on board, you
must provide IT workers with technical training that will keep their skills
sharp, reduce their fear of an uncertain future, and enhance their ability to
Here’s where HP Software Education comes in. HPSW Education
can help you by providing your team with a brand new offering – the Training
High quality HD video, simulations, engaging
presentations, attractive prices
Advanced topics, expert interviews, an expanding
library, Just-in-time learning
If you want to attract the best, you’re going to have to go
above and beyond the basics of base pay, bonus and vacation. Providing a
Training Pass for your top recruits can sway a candidate to sign on board, even
if they are looking at other opportunities with higher pay. If you want to keep the top 10% that you
have, invest in them with a Training Pass. The dividends will pay both short
and long term. The employee gains enhanced
individual skills, and you benefit by increasing proficiency.
Call to Action
It would be far better to let an unhappy and untrained
employee leave than to keep them on board and not train them. An investment in
the HPSW Training Pass is an insurance policy for the efficient operations of
your department, a value add for top new candidates, and a motivator for those
high quality employees already on the team.
The HP Software Training Pass will be available for demo and
purchase in October of 2012.
Contact Vivit for your 10% discount code. You must have an active account.