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When training staff, do you leave good written material for future reference?

WRITTEN BY STEVE MARR
FRIDAY, 31 JULY 2020

The Apostle Peter wrote, "I will also be diligent that at any time after my departure you may be able to call these things to mind" (2 Peter 1:15 NASB).

Most jobs require new employees to remember a lot of new information. A common complaint from supervisors is that new hires ask a lot of questions. While some questions are inevitable and necessary, you can reduce the number of questions and increase the confidence of new employees by providing a notebook with basic instructions. New staff will become more effective.

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The Apostle Peter wrote, "I will also be diligent that at any time after my departure you may be able to call these things to mind" (2 Peter 1:15 NASB).

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