Average Starbucks barista gets more training in a year than the average communications employee

Employees are motivated by more than just money and perks. According to a new study, employees value training. But communications companies are often not high on training:

The average Starbucks barista gets more training in a year than the average employee in a communications company, according to the Arnold Worldwide study.

For employees, the single most important motivational factor was the ability to learn. Yet the study found a huge disconnect when it comes to perceptions about company training. While 90 percent of employees say they learn by figuring things out on their own, only 25 percent of executives think that employees learn independently.

To keep employees motivated, agencies need to build a culture of learning, where employees leave more enriched at the end of each day.

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One Comment on “Average Starbucks barista gets more training in a year than the average communications employee”

  1. Infiniti says:

    Hey that is a great article thanks for posting. Interesting stats.


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