Failure to train employees will cost you money. Whether it is having to dump a load of milk, or breaking a piece of equipment from improper use, employees who do not receive proper training are an accident waiting to happen, says Jorge Estrada, Leadership Coaching International, Inc., in Puyallup, Wash. 
Training is important, because it results in:
1. Improved consistency.
2. Cost savings, such as more precise feeding, use of medications.
3.  Improved performance and employee motivation.