Employees can be the greatest asset or the greatest liability of your business, depending on how well they comprehend company goals and practices. While a “business-illiterate” workforce can completely undermine your company’s bottom line, knowledgeable employees can significantly contribute to boosting overall profits.
To address this, many companies try to teach business literacy through expensive training programs but a recent article from Forbes.com suggests a better way. Bill Fotsch and John Case share a robust, organic approach that trains employees to understand and truly buy into company goals. The result? A stronger company and increased profits.
To learn how they did it, click here.
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