Learning Management

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How to Train Employees Who Learn Differently

By now, most managers have established that each of their employees is unique in their personality and work style. Why should employers be surprised that their diverse, individual employees have different learning styles as well? Because employees are individuals and have different needs when it comes to effective learning and...

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Anti-Harassment Training that Actually Engages Employees

Hearing the words, “anti-harassment training,” can inspire a collective cringe and eye roll from employees. While these trainings are necessary to promote workplace awareness and safety, it’s not surprising that very few employees are excited to sit through mandatory sessions. Many employers view these trainings as a necessary burden, but...

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Talent Management Resolutions for 2018

Talent management is a tricky business practice to master, simply because it looks different for every company, based on its unique needs, employees and culture. While there are many ways to manage talent well, there are a few key elements that are seen across all industries that will help make...

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Hiring Rates Soar in 2017 Compared to 2016: How to Capitalize on that Growth

A report from LinkedIn in late Q4 showed that hiring stayed consistently strong in 2017 from 2016 — by over 10 percent. With intense hiring, especially in automotive, manufacturing (15.7 percent), oil and energy (30 percent), it’s important to invest in hiring practices that help companies maintain that trajectory...

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Importance of Employee Training for Construction

While it may seem like a no-brainer, employee training is one of the most underrated aspects of talent management within the construction industry. Training should not be merely a one-time experience during the onboarding process, but a continuous, evolving element of an employees’ career.

Training is an investment, with...

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Add Value to Your Training With Video

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,...

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Grow Your Company and Develop Employees with Learning Management

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...

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How To Unlock Hidden Employee Talent

When skill gaps interfere with daily work, that doesn’t mean it’s time to look for the next best employee. It means it’s time to create top talent from your existing staff. Not all employees will be the best of the best right from the start. It’s your job to provide...

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Bridging the Gap with Learning Management

Learning management can bridge the gap between employee goals and company strategies. All employees have development opportunities and skills that they can improve. Making it easy to access a centralized learning system simplifies training processes and employees are more prepared to complete their daily tasks.

When employees are continually...