We live in a world where a workforce is key to the smooth operation and profitability of every industry. Most of us also realize that the importance of a well-trained staff is immeasurable, hence a suitable Learning Management System (LMS) is immeasurable. Training and retraining staff is extremely important in order to minimize
The workforce is changing and according to SmartCEO: as of 2015, Millennials are the most populous generation in the workforce at 53.5%. These workers are well equipped to do the job they’re hired for, but every role requires a specific skill-set including knowledge of procedures and/or regulations (federal, state, industry, and otherwise). Fortunately,
Small and large companies alike need to train their clients to use their products properly. This applies to all “technical” products, but that does not mean “software” only. Technical products do include software, but also include machines, tools, processes and materials that are needed to perform independent or interrelated tasks. Software Companies Everyone immediately thinks
Often times, employers think that Learning Management Systems (LMS) are too arduous and take time away from productivity. It's true, most Learning Management Systems are arduous and do take away from some "work time." Time dedicated to training rather than on working can seem like an expensive proposition for employers of all sizes.