Now that you've decided to create mobile training for hospitality, you'll want to include these features in your content:
A mobile training program so good you could kiss it? Not quite. Keep It Simple, Stupid.
Hospitality as an industry has several features which make it unique in the world of employment. Hours are irregular, scope of work can be huge, health and safety issues are paramount, employee personality and background vary, and turnover is often very high. For those reasons, mobile training for hospitality is the ideal way to approach all training and onboarding in the industry.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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".