IE 17.1. Training

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Continuing education is a strategic lever for skill development and company growth. By offering training to its employees, a company not only strengthens its expertise but also invests in its human capital and thus in its future. Let’s discuss how to quantify this investment for ESG reporting.

1. How to answer this question ?

To address this question, the company should:

1. Calculate the total number of training hours provided to all employees during the reporting period.

2. Divide this total by the number of employees in the company to obtain the average number of training hours per employee.

3. Provide this figure as a response, expressed in hours per employee.

2. Why is it important ?

The average number of training hours per employee is an indicator of a company’s commitment to professional development. It reflects the quality of HR policies and the company’s willingness to adhere to best training practices, essential for talent retention and market competitiveness.

3. Examples :

– Example A: A technology company offered 5,000 training hours to its 500 employees this year, resulting in an average of 10 training hours per employee.

– Example B: In an SME of 50 employees, 400 training hours were conducted, resulting in an average of 8 hours per employee.

Reporting the average number of training hours per employee is an exercise that highlights a company’s investment in its most valuable resources: its employees. It’s a telling data point, revealing the extent of the training effort and the degree of commitment to learning and professional growth within the company.

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