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How to train and develop your workforce on a tight budget

How to train and develop your workforce on a tight budget

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In times of recession, training budgets may be the first to be cut. In times of recession, training budgets may be the first to be cut. Yet having a skilled workforce, both paid and unpaid, is a critical element of success in voluntary and community sector organisations. It is still vital to keep a planned approach and use the creativity that is a mark of the sector. The worst thing to do would be to bring in a scaled-down training and development programme that didn't address learning needs or align with strategic imperatives – but was just cheaper.   This how-to guides gives some practical suggestions about how to keep developing your workforce during difficult times.
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