New Correct Craft University announced

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Correct Craft launched an employee educational program called Correct Craft University, which seeks to expand, enhance and elevate the fundamental skills of all team members. The voluntary program provides opportunities for personal, professional and leadership enhancement, the company said in a statement.

“An important part of Correct Craft’s culture is both continuous improvement and employee development,” said Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin in the statement. “Correct Craft University will be equipping our employees to be future leaders at either a Correct Craft company or any place they may be in the future.”

CCU courses are tailored to each Correct Craft brand, with on-site training classes, individual micro-learning videos, webinars and assigned reading. Employees who complete the program are eligible to apply for promotional opportunities within the Correct Craft organization.

“I am often asked what I am most proud of related to what our team has done at Correct Craft,” Yeargin said. “I always respond that I am thrilled about the many ways we have been able to offer development opportunities to our employees. Over the past 12 years, we have had nearly 30 employees earn MBAs with Correct Craft’s support, on top of innumerable hours of other training. I am excited about the desire our team has to grow and improve.”


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