We recently shared our insight on RecruitingBlogs about why you should be using training to attract top talent. Read our article to learn all about employee development!Read More at RecruitingBlogs
Starting a new job without training is like swimming for the first time – it’s actually drowning.
It goes without saying that training is a vital part of the onboarding process but it can also be expensive and time consuming if you’re using outdated training methods because seminars, classes,...
Our VP of Product Development, Chris Lennon, has contributed an article titled How to Encourage Employee Engagement Through Leadership on HR Gazette, in which he explores the topics of workforce engagement and leadership.Read More at HR Gazette
Too often companies fall into the habit of talking about onboarding and overlook the importance of orientation and the effect it can have on retention. There’s a distinct difference between the two. Onboarding builds an employee for their long-term career at your company and orientation provides them with the confidence...
Learn all about inspiring positivity, promoting physical health, modeling open communication, encouraging creativity, teaching that failure is okay and giving positive feedback.Read More at HRZone
Onboarding is undervalued – and sometimes, misunderstood. Many companies mistake orientation for onboarding. Orientation introduces the employee to the straightforward processes and procedures they need to know. It includes signing employees up for benefits, getting familiar with payroll, receiving company ID, and understanding the paperwork to be filled in in different situations.Read More at The Business Woman Media
No matter how well your company does talent management, there will come a time when a key employee will leave unexpectedly. Whether it’s a temporary absence, because of vacation or illness, or a permanent departure, losing a key employee can be devastating for a department or a company.Read More at HRZone
If your company hasn’t considered emotional intelligence when evaluating employees and new hires, it has an incomplete picture of what makes employees productive.Read More at Home Business Magazine
With the New Year right around the corner, it’s time to start talking about New Year’s resolutions and business goals for 2017. But before you put 2016 behind you, take this time to reflect on the goals you made for 2016.
Imagine having all of your company’s training materials, relevant content, reports, statistics, and certifications all stored in one place that’s accessible anytime from almost any device. If this isn’t your reality, it’s time to consider a web-based Learning Management System (LMS) – or a better one.
A good LMS...