The Branson economy can be tricky. We are a tourism driven town with seasons where the market thrives and seasons where it slows to a crawl. Trying to run a business in this economy is hard. Many employers are forced to cutback during the slow season, losing employees they have spent valuable time and resources training. These high turnover rates can be detrimental to your company’s budget and profits.
So how can you prevent this?
Jobs for Life is a FREE training course for the employees of our local employers. It teaches them valuable skills such as quality customer service, the importance of appearance and hygiene, proper time management, and how to look for ways to go above and beyond in the workplace.
Students will leave here ready to work and equipped with the knowledge they need to thrive in your business!
Plus, you will be helping your employees as well. Not only are they receiving important workforce training, but students also receive budgeting guidance, assistance building a solid resume, and tips for interviewing. Jobs for Life even provides childcare, transportation, and dinner for students at no cost to you!
You can take advantage of this opportunity by sending your new recruits or employees that you plan to rehire to Jobs for Life.
You will save the time, money, and hassle it takes to provide training and you will be investing in quality workers that you can rely on and promote in the future.
Sounds great, right? But you’re a business-minded individual, so of course, you want to see the quantifiable savings. We get it. Download the pdf below to see statistics on the cost of training and hiring new employees.
For more information about the Jobs for Life program and upcoming classes, contact our Director of Operations, Ashley Harkness at 417.337.8103, or email [email protected].
Hopefully you will see the cost savings to your business by letting Jesus Was Homeless provide the training your staff needs to make your job easier and make you money!
P.S. – Ready to sign your employees up? Send them the link below so they can register.