Training time is money Oct 20, 2020
For our latest cast of SBA today, Marli speaks about the training attrition cycle. What does it cost your organisation? We think we have a better way – we support your current team so they can concentrate on what’s important all whilst minimising loss of process knowledge through staff attrition.
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Training Time is Money Transcript
How much time would you invest in training and onboarding a new staff member?
From appointment and induction to training your organisation’s systems and process – minimum a week – it’s also reasonable to allow another two or three months to settle in during their 6 month probationary period.
It’s safe to say your time investment for each new team member can be anywhere between a few days up to a few weeks! Not to mention the stress of attrition – your team member departs, their knowledge base is lost and the cycle repeats. A standard ﬁxture of HR in any organisation.
What if there was a better way? We think there is! SBA can ﬂexibly adopt any of your processes, supporting your current staff and mitigating the impact of the attrition cycle.
We begin with a one off zoom session that takes between an hour and an hour and a half – with your permission we’ll record the meeting then create a process ﬂow document.
The process is then shared with multiple team members, when coupled with their expertise in adopting a new process, it’s an ongoing seamless experience which is dynamic to your needs.
With SBA outsourcing methodology you can expect up to 70% less time expended in comparison to the ongoing compounded effect of the training investment cycle, all with no six month probation period to contend with.
Our commitment to you – If we can’t deliver within the month you’re free to walk away!
So assess your training investment and explore how SBA can minimise knowledge loss within your organisation.