Tag Archives: elearning

The Unique Benefits of E-Learning

Employees with the right attitude and motivation can take advantage of e-learning opportunities. When employers want to help their workers stay up-to-date on the latest skills and training opportunities, they often have to face a number of hurdles. Finding a … Continue reading

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Improve your diversity training policies

Businesses should build programs that make legal protection a secondary aim and put much of the focus on the development of inclusive workplace culture. In recent years, businesses have attempted to diversify their workforces. To help employees handle this shift … Continue reading

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Tips for transitioning to an online employee training program

For established businesses with equally entrenched employee training programs, the prospect of implementing a new web-based model might seem daunting. However, making the transition to digital doesn’t have to be a hassle. Just follow a few essential implementation guidelines, and … Continue reading

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Gamification: the new employee training trend

Employee training experts constantly search out new techniques to enliven sessions and, more generally, improve knowledge retention. According to Forbes, these industry mavens have found their next instructional fixation: gamification. Gamified training techniques enable employees to engage with relatively mundane … Continue reading

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OSHA releases results of severe injury reporting program

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, on March 17, published the results from the inaugural year of its Severe Injury Reporting Program. In 2015, employers reported approximately 10,388 severe workplace injuries, including more than 7,000 hospitalizations and over 2,000 amputations. … Continue reading

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