Organizations reassessing their staffing levels are both reducing headcount and cutting employee-related expenses, even if training can provide long-term benefits. This article discusses the increased importance, benefits, and risks of employee training in a recession with respect to enterprise systems.
to figure out how Alex ran regular interfaces, Neil matched invoices, Julian filed tax reports with the government, and Nancy created database backups. If Alex, Neil, Julian, and Nancy are no longer with their organizations, then they are, in all likelihood, unable or unwilling to assist their former employers in the event that their help is needed. Often, the best case scenario is that jobs performed by ex-employees are partially understood by their replacements. Nonetheless, this may very well result