Training and development is important because it boosts employee morale, enhances efficiency, helps in risk management, enhances innovation and boosts the company's image, according to managementhelp.org. Employees are a... More »

Training is important because it results in fewer mistakes and a better final product. When employers have a well trained team, it ultimately leads to a more profitable and efficient workplace environment. Other reasons ... More »

According to LiveScience, the development of gunpowder was important in warfare first for its psychological effects, as the Chinese used explosive arrows called "flying fire" against their Mongol enemies. When the invent... More »

The effects of poor communication in an organization include the suffering of employee morale, overall innovation and levels of efficiency. Communication in some ways represents the lifeblood of an organization, and when... More »

Methods for improving employee morale in the workplace include implementing recognition and compensation programs, setting company goals that result in celebrations or similar activities and increasing the emphasis on th... More »

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Employee recognition programs boost employee morale by communicating how valuable employees are to the company. Employees feel that management recognizes and appreciates them, and this often leads to increased productivi... More »

Some tools to increase employee retention include offering enhanced career opportunities, implementing superior employee training and development practices, providing competitive salaries with ample opportunities for pro... More »

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