SMALL BUSINESS

Despite Downturn, Don't Cut Back On Employee Training

08/08/2012 01:27 pm ET | Updated Oct 08, 2012

Being a small business owner in this economy has been a challenge. As the economy continues to grow at a snail's pace, we are all looking to do more with less to make sure that we survive. So how can you achieve that, and still make a profit, while keeping both your employees and your customers happy? 

The first thing most companies do is to reduce spending and one of the first areas that small businesses cut back on is training and employee development.  Some may think that cutting training programs is an easy way to save money, but what is it costing you?

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