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Got Training? How Abel can help you with your training needs

We at Abel can’t make training a thing of the past, but we can make the process a whole lot easier on your organization.

As you may know, we offer a full suite of training offerings. These training efforts include:

– Management development

– Employee exemption rules

– Hiring strategies

– Performance evaluation planning

– Employee retention strategies

– How to handle employee warnings and terminations

– Diversity programming

– Workplace violence training

– Sexual harrasment training

Under these programs, one of our highly qualified trainers will come on-site or to your corporate headquarters to This trainer brings not only his expertise on the subject at hand—which will prove especially helpful during those often tricky questionand answer periods—but also all of the teaching tools and materials necessary to make your training session a success.

Imagine the possibilities! We’d take care of all the very necessary but somewhat cumbersome trianing and you can turn your intention to what’s most important: Running your business.

To find out more about our training offerings or to book a trainer to come to your work site, please contact 609.860.0400.

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