Following SOPs is not just a regulatory requirement, it also improves the quality of your business and ensures consistency in employee performance. Training your employees on Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) is a major challenge, apart from framing them. It’s quite a daunting task to train employees on procedures and regulations.
Every organization wants the best performance from their employees. But, skill is not the only thing that allows employees to give their 100% to your company. Each organization and industry is required to follow certain rules while trying to deliver an optimal output. The process of educating employees on the laws, regulations, and company policies that apply to their day-to-day responsibilities is broadly referred to as compliance training.
Making your online health and safety training interactive, engaging, interesting and enjoyable is a challenge. The moment you say health and safety training, the first thing that comes to your employees’ minds is boring slide turning courses with click on activities. Not just you, many training managers face this issue. But the good news is, you can add life to your dry health and safety training by following the seven learning design tips discussed in this post.
As per the US Federal Agency, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) observations, many companies in the healthcare sector fail to establish and maintain the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), in their production or manufacturing processes. In a sense, knowingly or unknowingly, pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers are violating the basic component of current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs).
Technical training for employees is important, especially in industries such as manufacturing, petrochemicals, or energy, which use complex technologies. Employees need to be trained effectively in a short time, on a limited budget. Online training is the best solution to meet these needs.
Has retaining your sales force become difficult? Are you missing your annual revenue targets due to the job hopping of your sales reps? Then it is time you check the quality of the induction training imparted to your freshly-recruited salespeople.
Think of a typical day at work. Are we working to the best of our efficiency? Though we like to believe we are, the truth is that some amount of time is wasted. Research has proven that inefficient processes, increased paperwork, and meetings are the main reasons for wasted time in an organization. Is there any way to improve organizational efficiency? Apparently, yes. According to a research conducted by Loudhouse and commissioned by Planview, most business leaders (96%) believe technology can drive organizational efficiency.
Healthcare compliance can be bewildering, with its convoluted acts and sections. No company wants to violate compliance laws intentionally. However, employees stumble upon some unfamiliar rules in the law, as they get carried away by regular work. Mired in the complexities of the content, compliance training programs end up being boring, with dull and lackluster content.
As the Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) of your company, you have a command over the subject, but don’t know how to transfer that knowledge to your employees? Are you thinking of an online training provider that exactly suits your company’s compliance requirements?
Sales reps have tight deadlines, diverse product lines, and vast territories to deal with. When they join your organization, they first need to get up to speed on your working, vision, and ethics. You need to ensure your onboarding is effective to make them comfortable and help them start delivering fast.