Retain Top Employees By Investing in Them

These companies are good examples of the rewards that come with providing employees quality training and career advancement opportunities

Retain Top Employees By Investing in Them

“As employees move ahead and make more money, they buy into the (training) program,” says Guy Rimoldi, president of Southern Hydro Vac, based in Powder Springs, Georgia. “They become experts in their field, which makes them more valuable. And at some point, if they’re aggressive enough and stay with the company, they can become trainers.”

Creating a workplace culture that attracts the brightest and best talent is no small task. To accomplish and sustain this, Maryland-based Pleasants Construction draws heavily upon one of its core values: investing in its employees.

Recognizing that engaging and empowering a team...

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