Exploring the Dos and Don’ts of Retail Associate Training

Frontline employee training in retail is often a hit-and-miss initiative.

February 14, Tuesday

11:00 am EST

Free webinar

Dos and Don'ts in Retail Employee Training


Mary Beth Garcia

Owner & CEO at MOHR Retail


1 hour
This iSpring webinar will help you remove possible roadblocks in order to get you fully prepared for anything that can arise.

After the webinar, you'll be able to:
  • avoid costly mistakes;
  • launch retail employee training more efficiently;
  • improve customer service;
  • reduce training costs;
  • increase employee retention.
Join the free session with Mary Beth Garcia, Owner and CEO of MOHR Retail, and learn all the secrets of effective training in retail.

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About the presenter

Mary Beth Garcia

Mary Beth has worked with a variety of retail and hospitality clients as a strategic partner, delivering leadership, communications, retail programs, consulting, and executive coaching for such diverse companies as Altar’d State, Ace Hardware, LVMH Ulta, and Whole Foods Market.

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