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PSL’s Training and Development Program: Quick Facts

The rapidly-evolving, technologically-advanced world of today means companies are feeling the pressure to find ways to equip their teams with the skills needed to respond to market changes, shifting client demands and new technologies and frameworks. The employee training and development program at PSL works to do just that by serving as a robust foundation to maximize the potential of each PSL employee in order to deliver world-class software solutions, develop the innovative problem solving skills of each employee and strengthen autonomous decision making skills, among other things.

With 1 in 10 PSL employees also moonlighting as an expert in their field, PSL is uniquely positioned to provide this comprehensive training and skill development program. So far this year, PSL's dedicated training professionals have incorporated new training topics and built customized programs to improve abilities across teams and projects. All of these activities and objectives are developed with respect to relevancy, participant feedback and the desire to incorporate a diverse range of topics and presenters.

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A great example of this is the Lunch & Learn program, where an in-house expert leads a lecture during lunch time and teaches either soft skills development or a more tech specific topic. Lectures range from intercultural communications to API testing with Postman and negotiations with clients.These meetings are a helpful way to introduce new technologies and frameworks and highlight in-house expertise.

Take a look at some of the impressive statistics below from the PSL Employee Training and Development Report: 

For a more robust look at training and development at PSL, contact us today.

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Monday, 23 October 2017