In partnership with institutions and local organizations, Johns Hopkins Hospital’s Skills Enhancement Program invests in the work readiness of its entry-level employees.
Like many institutions, Johns Hopkins Hospital recognized that America’s talent pipeline was no longer producing an exceptional workforce that demonstrated twenty-first-century skills. The hospital knew that its future success depended on a diverse and talented labor pool.
Through Johns Hopkins’s Skills Enhancement Program, potential new hires and current employees receive work-readiness and job-skills training via courses taught on the hospital campus. Results include a reduction in turnover costs, an increase in employee engagement and a 74 percent return on investment.
Source: Corporate Voices for Working Families. Why Companies Invest in “Grow Your Own” Talent Development Models. 2011.