Creating Your Staff Onboarding Course: What You MUST Include

Posted by Adrian Sallis on Feb 28, 2020 10:29:09 AM

A high staff turnover rate is costly. Having an effective onboarding process can train staff quickly and keep them around longer. Whether it is informing the new hire of the programs available to them or letting them know what will be expected of them, onboarding sets the foundation for a harmonious relationship with your employees.

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Working in eLearning Feels Good!

Posted by Gary Peebles on Aug 12, 2019 12:30:00 PM

I have always enjoyed learning new things, especially in education, so I was very lucky to fall into the perfect role 16 years ago when I came back from my OE.  I started at a very small company with a huge vision, and I have been here ever since! Many of my colleagues from university now work in big organisations with pinball, table tennis and even slides - but I wouldn’t change my career path for anything (well maybe Craig Walker’s role) - because eLearning feels good.

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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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