For most employers, losing a trained employee is a much better outcome than to keep an untrained employee on staff. While some managers might view training as an unnecessary expense to the company, others view it as an opportunity to advance their employee’s knowledge. This expands company business, and is an investment worth making.
Think about it this way- if your business consists of employees that are constantly trained and keeping up with the ever changing marketplace, the investment that you put into keeping your employees knowledgeable will increase your business in the long run.
Let’s face it, humans are constantly seeking for knowledge to learn new things, so why wouldn’t your employees want to better themselves in their career? Investing in your employees not only benefits your company and business, but it encourages your employees to be better at what they do. It encourages employees to learn and become valuable to the company.