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People 1st to host free training seminars for hospitality businesses

By Michelle Perrett , 28-Jan-2013
Last updated on 28-Jan-2013 at 11:59 GMT

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The People 1st Training Company is hosting an afternoon of free, interactive seminars at Vinopolis, London, on 28 February 2013 to help businesses improve performance by training and developing their people.

The event will feature a series of expert speakers from companies including YO! Sushi, Wembley Stadium, Sodexo and The Restaurant Group, and interactive workshops that will give businesses practical tips and advice on developing their teams.

People 1st Training Company experts will be on hand to answer questions and queries, and show employers how to spend smarter – not more – to boost the skills of their team.

Sharon Glancy, managing director of the People 1st Training Company, said: “Investing in your people is actually a fantastic way to reduce staff turnover and increase productivity – our research shows that 60% of people would be less likely to leave their company if they were offered training and development opportunities, while 53% say that training opportunities would make them work even harder.

“When times are hard, cutting training can seem like an easy option to reduce outgoings – but businesses that don’t train are two and a half times more likely to fail than those that do. This event will show employers how to avoid this false economy and make their businesses profitable through their people.”

The event is ideal for company and department heads, or people responsible for training spend within their organisation.  Book  online at: http://bit.ly/successthroughpeople

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