Employers across the North Country, and indeed across the whole U.S., are reporting difficulty finding entry-level employees with adequate workforce readiness. A basic understanding of general workplace expectations is missing
For many years now, employers have found the skills gap in candidates and employees increasing. Add to that a severe shortage of candidates applying for positions, and it is increasingly difficult for employers to build strong teams with fully engaged employees. One way to address this problem is to arm current emerging leaders and other high-potential employees with training that can leverage their personal and skills development.
We know that the cost of hiring and training new employees is extremely high, and we also know that effective supervisors decrease turnover. Inspiring leadership is critical to the success of your business. CITEC has trained hundreds of leaders across the North Country.
This management development series provides new managers with the basic skills necessary to develop highly productive teams. It is also a great refresher of key skills for seasoned managers.
This series of classes takes managers to the next level. The program focuses on skills that will help managers transform their workplaces.
Businesses spend $170 billion a year on costs associated with occupational injuries and illnesses -- expenditures that come straight out of company profits. Be sure you're OSHA compliant for your industry every year.
Human Resources is a critical business function. From recruitment, hiring, and onboarding, to serving as a strategic partner for management and a resource for employees, the HR role is important to organizational success. Not all companies have a dedicated HR manager or team, but CITEC can help.
Change is the new constant. Very few businesses can sustain or grow without change, yet change can be extremely disruptive and a huge challenge. Managing change through research-based processes mitigates those challenges so you can focus on the outcome.