It is a misconception with most employees that training is only done on the newly-hired and uninitiated members of the staff. The need of constant training and regular upgrading in service and performance is the lifeblood of any company that wishes to grow and expand.
Here are more details on how that is possible:
Internal Promotion – Having readily available staff that can rise in the ranks at any moment's notice is crucial for corporate expansion. Hiring and training takes time and the possibility of hiring a fluke can sacrifice the effectiveness of the new office. Regular employee training, coaching, and evaluation gives your existing staff the knowledge they need for possible promotion with already a good enough knowledge of how the company runs due to experience. This assures you of better performance that you otherwise are not guaranteed of when hiring an outsider.
Quality Control – If your products undergo constant checking for quality, evaluation, and supervision of your employee's performances and services should also be done regularly to assure you that they are at optimum level. Hiring third-party trainers can also enhance the training and evaluation experience because they can look at your staff from an outsider's point of view without the bias of the long-term work history.
Reputation – Your company has a higher chance of winning performance awards such as the AHCA Quality Award and passing national performance criteria such as the EFQM and Baldrige criteria. They can also position and rank company among the best. Such awards and tests can raise your level of service and reputation to your possible clientele. More importantly, these awards boost the morale of your people causing them to perform better.
If you still don't have an in-house training staff, it could fit your budget to just hire a contractual one that can do regular training and evaluation for your company. Whatever you decide, remember that it is crucial for your company to train and evaluate its people constantly. Investing in your staff is always good business.