Tracking employee training with ease

Posted by Hannah Warren on Sep 28, 2017 11:00:19 AM
We already know that onboarding training and maintenance training for staff are essential. But there is a key element of workplace training which is often ignored: tracking employee training.[line]

Tracking employee training is important for several reasons:

It helps you to know that your staff up to date with advances in industry, technology and legislation

When you assume you make an ass out of u and ur company. You should never assume that your staff is on top of any developments within the industry. Instead, you need to track their training and development. Keeping abreast of technology improvements and advancements keeps your staff at the top of their game. Making sure your staff are up to date with rules and regulations is especially important in terms of health and safety. It is your responsibility to monitor your employees' health and safety training and knowledge and ensure that they are well-versed in your OHS policies to protect them from accident or injury.

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Compliance training: What is the best solution?

Posted by Seline McNamee on Aug 25, 2016 11:37:58 AM

Compliance training is essentially the process of educating new and existing employees on rules, regulations and policies that apply to their job responsibilities and presence onsite.

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Online Induction Training for New Employees

Posted by Seline McNamee on Aug 12, 2016 2:15:03 PM

Starting a new job is a rewarding and challenging time for a new employee. The employee’s excitement about the new role is often accompanied by confusion about what is expected of them and the processes of the job, which can be incredibly frustrating. As these first few days leave a lasting impression, it’s important to limit the confusion and frustration as much as possible, which is where a good induction program comes into play.

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The Importance of Providing Onboarding Content to New Staff

Posted by Aaron Leggett on May 20, 2016 1:15:06 PM

Engaging with new employees needs to be at the forefront of your hiring process. It is hard enough to retain top-tier talent in a competitive job market as it is, so making new hires feel at home is of paramount importance. The most effective way to do this is to put together a comprehensive onboarding plan for them to get acquainted with. This is the quickest way to get new hires up to speed on all of the important things, such as procedural and operational practices, as well as the smaller things that have a big impact on morale and productivity such as office culture.

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Online Training vs. the Traditional Employee Handbook

Posted by Aaron Leggett on May 2, 2016 9:17:18 AM

An employee handbook is a requirement for any business, even small to medium, informal companies. While you're not legally obligated to create one, having all the rules written in one place and going over them with each new employee can help reduce misunderstandings -- and even lawsuits -- if there's a problem in the future.

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