Employees may be many companies' most valuable resources, but equipment is becoming just as important. Businesses spend quite a bit on new technology and devices that make work easier, and the rate is increasing. The United States Labor Department estimates equipment and software prices dropped 2.4 percent in 2011, while labor costs rose 6.7 percent. As such, many companies are purchasing new equipment faster than before while pursuing new workers less frequently.
One possible effect of this situation is the same employees will have to learn to use many different computer programs and devices during their tenure. This requires additional training, retraining and review, so simulation development makes sense for companies looking to maintain staffs that have the expertise to use various tools and applications.
Simulation is crucial to this kind of instruction because improper use of technology can cause it to require more frequent maintenance. Therefore, it's better for equipment costs and employee training to confine their practices to simulation development programs that prevent mistakes from becoming costly as well as dangerous.
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