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Getting Maximum Value from Employee Onboarding Training

While ongoing training is an important concept — a way to keep your employees learning and improving for years to come — the moment of hire is the most critical time to reach workers with instructional content. There are several … Continue reading

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How to Reduce Training Cost for Your Business

It’s natural to look for opportunities to save your company money — especially in tumultuous times, budget relief is always welcome. But when considering making these cuts in training, it pays to be careful.  Simply deciding to reduce the amount … Continue reading

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How to Determine the Most Effective Training for Business Objectives

Employee training and development can be the most impactful option available when you’re seeking to get your business on track, and to make the whole organization more effective at pursuing its goals and objectives. The people who make up your … Continue reading

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Employees Need New Skills for Long-Term Remote Work Success: Training Can Help

Employees need a unique skill set to work from home. It’s worth investing in training for them. While working from home is not a new concept, it has never been as relevant or as necessary as during the first months … Continue reading

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How to Create Truly Entertaining Training (and Why It’s More Important Now than Ever)

Ever since we started falling asleep in school during our teachers’ lectures, we’ve all wanted our education to be enjoyable.  Companies spend billions of dollars trying to develop training programs that entertain as well as inform; the most recent innovation … Continue reading

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