Posts Tagged: Employees

Docebo Report Reveals U.S. Employees Feel Underprepared For Their Job

Docebo Report Reveals U.S. Employees Feel Underprepared For Their Job

When it comes to job training, employees are feeling underqualified and unsupported. This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Fully Managed LMS
Pre-Employment Onboarding Gives Employees a Headstart On Day One

Pre-Employment Onboarding Gives Employees a Headstart On Day One

It’s rare for new employees to dive in and begin doing work on day one. Rather than getting started on the tasks they were hired to perform, they’ll likely spend days—if not weeks—going through onboarding, which involves filling out paperwork, setting up software and hardware, signing up for online accounts, getting acclimated to new systems, […]
Restaurant Employee Training: Why Restaurant Employees Prefer eLearning When It’s Done Right

Restaurant Employee Training: Why Restaurant Employees Prefer eLearning When It’s Done Right

Ask an employee about their favorite part of starting a new job, and rarely will anyone say that they love training. That opinion can quickly change with the right restaurant eLearning system. With a good Learning Management System for your restaurant employee training, this can turn into a blessing. This post was first published on […]
Managers, Here Are 4 Tips for Giving Your Employees Great Feedback

Managers, Here Are 4 Tips for Giving Your Employees Great Feedback

This article was originally published on Forbes.com, under Jeff Miller’s Forbes Human Resources Council column. When I stepped into my first management role, one employee on my new team was struggling. His performance was poor; he came in late — he even fell asleep at his desk. But when I fired him, he said something I’ve […]
With the Rise of Automation, Make Sure Employees Feel Valued

With the Rise of Automation, Make Sure Employees Feel Valued

In this digital era, where automation could replace up to 800 million jobs by 2030, leadership needs to be more human than ever. Leaders must communicate effectively and consistently with employees as technology plays a larger role in day-to-day work and possibly requires employees to change roles or re-skill, , says Claude Werder, Vice President and […]
With the Rise of Automation, Make Sure Employees Feel Valued

With the Rise of Automation, Make Sure Employees Feel Valued

In this digital era, where automation could replace up to 800 million jobs by 2030, leadership needs to be more human than ever. Leaders must communicate effectively and consistently with employees as technology plays a larger role in day-to-day work and possibly requires employees to change roles or re-skill, , says Claude Werder, Vice President and […]
Managers, Here Are 4 Tips for Giving Your Employees Great Feedback

Managers, Here Are 4 Tips for Giving Your Employees Great Feedback

This article was originally published on Forbes.com, under Jeff Miller’s Forbes Human Resources Council column. When I stepped into my first management role, one employee on my new team was struggling. His performance was poor; he came in late — he even fell asleep at his desk. But when I fired him, he said something I’ve […]
eLearning For Employees: Why Is It Not Working?

eLearning For Employees: Why Is It Not Working?

Ask most training managers how they deal with an employee training problem and the answer will probably be “Get the employee to take a course!” This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Fully Managed LMS
8 Online Training Activities That Are Sure To Grab Employees’ Attention

8 Online Training Activities That Are Sure To Grab Employees’ Attention

Are your LMS reports revealing low participation rates? Do employees dread online training instead of looking forward to building their skills? In this article, I’ll share 8 online training activities that are sure to grab employees’ attention and keep them fully engaged. This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Fully Managed LMS
Dear ReWorker: Can a New Manager Require Exempt Employees to Clock In?

Dear ReWorker: Can a New Manager Require Exempt Employees to Clock In?

Dear ReWorker, A newly-hired manager is telling salaried employees that they have to work 45 hours a week, take designated lunch breaks and set daily hours. If employees miss time, they have to make it up. Does this make all employees non-exempt? In the past, being salaried/exempt meant employees had flexibility. As long as they […]
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