Training and Instruction of Employees
A customizable and downloadable resources to help create an organizational training policy
Foundations of Workplace Safety: Frequently Asked Questions For Workers
Frequently Asked Questions For Workers.
Foundations of Workplace Safety: Frequently Asked Questions For Employers
Frequently Asked Questions For Employers.
Staff Training: Getting Them on the Path to Success
There’s no question that a solid training program can increase productivity, reduce turnover, improve customer service and enhance sales efforts. Nor can one deny that an effective training program can boost employees’ personal confidence and job satisfaction because they feel valued, appreciated and more committed to their employer.
Know How Your Employees Learn
None of us learn the same way. Some of us prefer learning from a textbook. Others enjoy the hands-on approach. No matter what, we all respond differently to learning.
Budgeting For Training
With the thought of taking from your operating budget to spend on staff training initiatives, it’s understandable if you consider employee development an expense. Yet because the benefits of training are so numerous, it’s much more beneficial to consider training as an investment in human resources.
Assessing Staff Training Needs
As your business evolves and grows, your employees need to keep pace with new developments. Evaluating whether your business needs training or not is the first step. Once you’ve identified gaps in the skills your employees need and those they currently have, you’ll be in a better position to decide what type of training is needed and who in your organization needs it.
Foundations of Workplace Safety Course
A foundational, online course about workplace health and safety within the context of BC’s tourism and hospitality industry. Designed to equip workers with essential health and safety information to help keep themselves and others safe on the job.
Hospitality and Service Safety and Youth Parent Tip Card
We all have a role to play in helping young people stay safe at work. Parents and supervisors can use this tip card to help have “the talk” about workplace safety and industry-specific details.
Young Worker Safety in Restaurants
Many young workers’ first work experience is in the restaurant industry. This resource is meant to help young workers in the restaurant industry be safe and healthy on the job.