Education and Experience, A Winning Combination

July 11, 2013

As Benjamin Franklin said, “an investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” JHE continues to take this advice and invest in the future of its people through targeted training opportunities.

In addition to ongoing career education, JHE began offering a monthly lunch and learn training series for all employees in 2013. Employees were asked to provide feedback on topics they would be interested in learning more about during an end of year survey. JHE used this feedback to create a nine-month series that includes classes taught by outside experts, such as photography basics, priority management and strategic thinking, and in-house experts, such as sales 101, audio/video essentials and art fundamentals. By offering a unique collection of classes, all employees can benefit from the opportunity. JHE has also started capturing the sessions on tape to share with the employees who are on the road and unable to attend in person.

The training series is another way for our employees to continue to better themselves and continuously maintain their status as experts in their field. JHE looks forward to continuing to offer unique employee education opportunities to help make our employees the best of the best.

– Michael Verlatti

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