Former recruitment agency experts answer
employment questions, candidly suggesting how to
negotiate your salary, find a really good job,
handle phone interviews, and more.
Sage advice like this is
company to pay for your courses
Get ahead in your career
by developing new skills and expand your
knowledge. This may improve your chances for
promotion. Check with your manager if your
company would sponsor you for all or a portion of
the cost. You can make a good case with these
information about the course. Make copies
of the course description for example.
- Write a
short memo about how the course will
improve your performance at work.
applicable, include an endorsement from a
coworker who took the course in the past.
- Offer to
present a summary of what you learned to
your coworkers after you've completed the
companies will will reimburse you for
course fees upon successful completion of
the course so make sure you collect all
documentation they require.