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The return on investment from training and development of employees is really a no brainer as many studies shows. If various ways exist to calculate this ROI depending on one’s Key Performance Indicators, one thing remains true across different types of properties: although hospitality businesses tend to forgo proper staff training due to associated costs, training actually accounts for a revenue generator. In average, the best companies to work for provide twice as much trainings for full-time employees, compared to standard practices. The top organizations have 65 percent less staff turnover than other organizations in the same sector, partly due to their employee development programs. According to research, 46 percent of employees say their company’s training courses make them more likely to stay. Employees show increased satisfaction levels, feel appreciated, have better internal relationships, feel challenged and are more efficient in executing the job. 

We offer various kinds of trainings 

– Short-term courses 

– Hospitality trainings