Small businesses with multiple office locations or with associates who travel for the company struggle with the same problem: keeping employees connected. But for business success, all employees need the same knowledge and must follow the same policies and protocols. Here are five reasons online training connects employees in multiple office locations.
Welcome to Training with Eaze, a blog designed to assist you in creating amazing online training programs. If you’ve never set up an online training program, want tips on providing better training, or perhaps training is not your full-time job but one of many other tasks you handle, this blog is here to help you.
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Are you ready for the newest group of employees? Employees from Generation Z are flooding the workforce. They enjoy learning and want to grow professionally. To recruit and retain these workers, small business owners should focus on providing good communications and online training. Here are five tips to help you succeed.
Small businesses want the best, most talented employees they can hire. But, the competition for young professionals is fierce, Many Millennials want jobs that fit their life and professional goals. Most businesses think they need to offer large salaries or cash incentives to get the right employees. Research shows that cash no longer is king. The secret to finding and keeping is great workers is to offer the training and development opportunities they want. Consider three ways online training can help retain Millennials.
One-third of new employees quit their jobs after only six months, experts report. The primary reason employees give for leaving is the lack of opportunities to improve their knowledge and skills. Benjamin Franklin once said, “An Investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.” So, here’s why training programs can improve employee retention.
Do you know what employees want from your training programs? It’s a great question to consider, especially for small businesses struggling to hire and keep good workers. Research shows that training and coaching employees can be the most important factor for job satisfaction. Here’s a list of five things employees want in training programs.
“Well-trained employees are happy, engaged, productive — and they will eat, sleep, and breathe your company if you ask them to.” ~ Inc. magazine
As a small business owner, it takes a lot of time, energy and money to find the right employees. After going through the hiring process, you expect that new team members will stick around for several years.
As a small business owner, you know it’s important to train new employees and provide regular skills and product updates to current workers. But, sometimes time and budget get in the way of these goals. Fortunately, employee training doesn’t have to be expensive or time-consuming. Here are six tips for training success.
Are you an accidental trainer: someone who was given the additional responsibility for training employees because you have a knack for connecting with people? Or, maybe you’re a small business owner and spend time each day training new and current employees. In either case, training takes up a lot of time and probably is one of many other things you do. If this describes your situation, maybe it’s time to consider using an online training software system. There are many learning management software options available. Here are nine tips to help you find the online training software that fits your needs.