Category: Workplace Training

Smart Ways to Make Your Online Training More Effective

Many business and organizational leaders have happily embraced the convenience that online training has granted their employees and HR departments. Training that used to require gathering large groups of people into a physical office with a live trainer can now be taken care of at each employee’s convenience via their

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Is it Possible to Operationalize Civility?

One of leaders’ most important jobs is to establish goals and priorities for their teams. They hold employees accountable to things like sales quotas, manufacturing quotas, and user acquisition goals. They expect all employees to understand what those goals are and focus on working together to meet them. When it

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Does Sexual Harassment Training Work?

There’s an assumption among some companies that workplace sexual harassment training simply doesn’t work. Sure, we still make our staff go through it, but mostly because we have to. We want to protect our organizations from lawsuits and show that we’re making an effort. After all, most people wouldn’t dream

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Checking the Box at the Big Box Store

I’ve worked on developing e-learning for 20 years. By chance, I recently had my worst fears confirmed about how much of it is delivered and absorbed. My new iWatch needed a special screen protector, so I went to a big box retailer, bought the best shield I could find, and

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Understanding the Federal EEO Complaint Process

Legal processes are rarely simple, and dealing with an Equal Employment Opportunity complaint is no exception. That’s why we decided to simplify the EEO complaint process with this article. The EEO complaint process might look different for you depending on the type of complaint and the state you live in,

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