How can you impart effective training on using software applications? What does it take to enable your people master a computer application? You can go in for simulations of the software.
Software training managers often look for a perfect screen recording, the feasibility to create a simulated environment, and expect to check learners’ understanding in a test environment. To your pleasant surprise, Articulate Storyline has all these features in-built, to develop effective software/ERP end-user training.
Performance management is a process through which managers and employees work together to plan, monitor, and review an individual’s goals and overall contribution to the organization. An LMS can support this process through its wide range of features.
Data by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) shows that every day, more than 12 workers die on the job and this death toll crosses 4,500 a year. More than 4.1 million workers suffer from serious job-related injuries or illnesses annually. Only an enhanced focus on health and safety training can bring down these fatalities.
Ever growing business needs and shrinking training budgets are prompting organizations to outsource their online training projects. Outsourcing training helps your organization concentrate on its core functions. You will benefit from the training partner’s domain expertise and get quality training material for your employees. Considering these benefits, it pays to outsource your training needs to an efficient Learning and Development (L&D) vendor. However, you will have to do some ground work before outsourcing your training requirement.
Nobody likes to start their first day at work with assessments. The nervousness, tension, hesitation and anxiety associated with a new job are bad enough – to top it all, an induction course with a long assessment that must be attempted can prove to be a bit too much for new hires. But add a game or a game element to the induction training’s ‘assessment’ section, and you could have your new hires smiling even at the end of the course.
According to the National Retail Federation, retails sales in the US will rise by 3.6% this year. Over 137 million Americans will shop online or hit the stores this holiday season and this will continue through the New Year. Are you prepared to cope with this influx and channelize it to boost your annual sales? You can do this by motivating your sales teams.
According to Statista, holiday retail sales in the United States are expected to be around $665.87 billion in 2016. US retailers hired roughly an additional 750,000 seasonal hires for the holiday season in 2015. So we can imagine the seasonal hires needed this time around.
The e-learning authoring, tool Adobe Captivate 9, popular for its stunning software simulations, has been updated twice in 2016 and the versions are named 9.0.1 and 9.0.2. Captivate 9.0.2 has had three major updates and 9.0.1 had four. As we have come to end of the year, let’s recapitulate them.
According to the outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas – US retail companies will hire around 738,800 seasonal hires this holiday season.
Another trip around the sun and the calendar year has almost come to an end. Yes, it’s time to look back and review what has happened. When it comes to ‘sales’, rapid changes took place over the year. Informed buying patterns, new technologies, globalization, and many other factors are responsible for changes in the sales environment. Let’s check out the most talked about trends of 2016.