I am pretty sure we have all attended training sessions that had little or no positive impact on our job. In my personal experience, as an attendee, it’s sometimes been due to an ineffective instructor and other times it was because the program they were teaching was so cumbersome and technical, a two day training session just isn’t enough time to take it all in. It’s hard to keep people engaged when they feel overwhelmed.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Calling for Automotive Dealerships to help establish a Canadian benchmark
Halifax, Canada. 27th January 2016.
ClearPicture, a Canadian web-based survey and analysis company, is seeking automotive dealerships in Canada to participate in a pilot employee engagement survey and reporting project at no cost.
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