For more than a decade, Morgan has conducted training for more than 500 medium and
large-sized enterprises. Data analysis revealed that the most influential factors for
HRs in Chinese enterprises in organizing training activities are:
(1) The input cost is not proportional to the income, and there is no training to bring
the company's immediate benefits.
(2) The cost of human resource management is relatively high. The attendance rate of
employees in training is poor, and it is difficult to control the progress of learning.
(3) Employees feel that training cannot help their work. Thus, they are not motivated to
participate in English training activities.
(4) The English level of employees is uneven, leading to a lack of an organized and
systematic training course and difficulty in evaluating the training effect.