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June Release - Improving the Content Views

What’s New? We’ve just updated Intuto with numerous bug fixes and some changes to the interface and navigation experience. The biggest change relates to the Content page where we’ve introduced a new grid view of your content and compressed the list view. This means it will no longer expand when you hover your mouse over it. This stops the page bouncing around which in extreme cases has been causing motion sickness. Introducing the New Content Page Take a look at the new designs. You can easily switch between the two views to......

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Inexperienced employees

It may seem counterintuitive, but hiring inexperienced employees and training them on the job can be good for your company. The simple reason is that, initially at least, you will pay less to hire someone who still needs training than to hire an experienced worker. Obviously we aren’t advocating for employing inappropriate staff. But offering people with less experience an opportunity will reduce the cost of the hire. “Employers can take on trained people but should think about how much more they’re paying for that extra experience”, says Dean Minchington, CEO of......

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May Release - Sharing and Reporting Update

What’s New? May is the month of sharing and reporting. This update is focused on these two elements, with a rebuild of our sharing, user management and reporting tools for courses. Share Page We’ve made user management and course sharing in Intuto easier and more user friendly. First of all, you’ll now find functions relating to management of the course users on the share page. You’ll find several key features that used to be accessed from the content page are now handled here. As a result, you can add contributors, remove them,......

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free online training trial

One of the best things about online training with Intuto is that, before you commit to anything, we offer you a risk-free trial period. We want you to be as confident as we are that we are the best way to manage whatever online courses you need. And unlike many other online training programs, we don’t offer the most basic package for our trial. We want to show you how good our courses are, so we offer an online training trial of our PLUS Plan. The Plus plan includes around 15 courses,......

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organise events online

Organising an event of any size is a challenge, and can be extremely stressful. There are a thousand things to think about: not least of which is managing a team of volunteers and workers. To take the stress out of the experience, it’s easier to organise events online with Intuto. Any event – from a marathon to a school camp – is going to require a team of helpers and, a way to manage them. Popular methods include mail chains, phone trees, orientation packets, but these are all cumbersome and flawed. As......

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Inducting staff

I’ve deliberately paraphrased a heading that was used in a piece recently published by Matt Jones from Advanced Safety NZ, Workplace H&S Inductions – the forgotten piece of the puzzle. While the original heading was focused on health and safety inductions, he expanded within the article on the importance of “drawing a line in the sand” to create a “confident workforce, empowered leaders and a safer place to work”. I couldn’t say it better myself. Matt asks the question, ‘Why would you not induct new staff?’ That should indeed be the question that......

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Training volunteers online

There’s a good chance you’re already using online tools such as Facebook, Twitter and your organisation’s website to recruit your volunteers, so why aren’t you using online tools to engage and train them? There are several challenges to training and engagement which are unique to the volunteer sector: Organisations which rely on volunteers are usually on a tight budget and don’t have the money for expensive training programs. Volunteers are already giving up their time for free, so they are unlikely to want to take extra time for training. Volunteers are less......

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Intuto-Update

Here at Intuto we’ve been working hard to get our next update out, which improves the platform by amending some of the ways the various tools are currently used and adding features that users have suggested and that many of you will be able to apply in your day to day use of the system. In this update you will find: Extra help with content publishing Improved design to help make sharing content easier Content registration renewals Bulk encouragement emails Bug fixes Update 1: Publish Page New help button  You will now......

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go live #2

This week’s first go live was full of performance enhancements, bug fixes and an improved journey for brand new users. We are aware however that a lot of our existing customers might not see or care too much about these, so along comes this week’s go live #2! Along with even more general bug fixes and improvements similar to the previous go live,we’ve included a new way for you to contact us from within the Intuto system! You’ll now see this little button at the bottom of every page after you have......

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cost of staff turnover

The cost of staff turnover is one of the largest – and hardest to calculate – costs to a business. There are five major elements to this cost, some tangible and others intangible. We like to think of them as five reasons to limit your staff turnover. Job postingWhether you are posting your vacant position on a job seek website or going through a recruiter, you will be paying to advertise the position as long as it’s vacant. You are essentially paying for the role even without having someone in it. The......

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