An old Christian adage state, “Give a man a fish, and he eats for the day, teach him how to fish, and he eats for a life time”.  This holds true even today. People in the workplace want to learn.  They want to grow professionally and take on new career challenges. Stagnation is one of the leading causes for employees becoming disengaged and unfortunately for you, it is those employees who don’t leave. They quit but don't tell you. They are still with you spreading their disgruntled feelings among the rest of your best employees.  Proper training eliminates that. Engaged employees produce a superior customer service and in banking, it's all about customer service.

This past "Great Recession" still has another surprise kick left. The kick is going to be in the form of the number of employees leaving your company for another job now that the job market is opening up. Yes, they are going to quit your job, and find better pastures. Why you ask, because for the past five years they took the abuse from untrained and uncaring managers, worked perhaps under irrational conditions and accepted lower wagers. But whatever the reason, it is estimated that over 70% of the workforce will be looking for greener pastures.
At Sterling we can help take the sting out of the pain that's coming.Talk to us, perhaps your managers need to learn how to interview better or you need to motivate them to treat your employee better. But rest assure, employee engagement is going to be an important part of your business plan in 2014.


At Sterling, we can offer the right training by some of the best experts in the area of talent management to help you grow your business and increase revenues.