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Should business give professional dev't training?

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If businesses want their employees to improve, there should be regular trainings provided for them.
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HazelK
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I think that they should provide seminar and training for their employees to improve and enhance their skills and capabilities, regardless of their titles.
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sanjay-parikh
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Yes, it important to give your employees the chance to improve themselves even if you run the risk of them resigning to look for greener pastures.
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It is one way of keeping your employees loyal to the company when you value them and providing them the opportunity to grow professionally.
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Definitely, it's for their own benefit too if the employees feel that the company looks out for them and wants them to grow within the company.
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The company should always give their employees the chance to learn more and acquire more skills to be more effective.
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The company should always give their employees the chance to learn more and acquire more skills to be more effective.
That's true. The company will be the beneficiary of such action.
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Yes, that could be part of their social responsibility.
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It is important so their employees are updated and they can improve their skills. The company will benefit from this.
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Businesses need competent employees so they need to train them. How will businesses flourish if their employees are stuck in their old ways?
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I have worked from a company with traditional employers and they don't pay for any professional development training or seminars. I would have stayed if I feel that they want me to grow professionally but it didn't happen in my 5 years of stay. So I decided to resign 2 years ago.
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No, it depends on the job that the person is doing. You don't really want to spend money for development for rank and file especially if you don't know if they will stay long in the company.
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I think it is necessary to keep the team on equal footing with respect to expectations. In IT for example I would expect all team members to have a baseline of knowledge of Agile.
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