Tag: Training

7 Tips for Helping Employees Who Struggle with E-Learning

Although there are numerous benefits to e-learning inside the workplace for both employers and employees, such as employers’ saving money with e-learning options and being better able to engage employee learners and personalize their learning environments while improving job satisfaction and productivity levels, as well as employees’ having access to relevant and timely learning content […]

Order Up: A Sandwich to Help Serve Up Criticism

Delivering constructive criticism to employees can be a tricky skill to master. To help, a London-based project management training organization, Knowledge Train, offered a food-inspired approach to serve up this type of communication.

6 Best Practices for 21st-Century Business Etiquette Training

Business etiquette is probably more important now than it was a few decades ago, and it is certainly far from irrelevant or elitist. Experts also agree that etiquette training needs to be tailored to a new generation of professionals right now. Continue reading to learn more about why and for 6 great tips on training […]

Lord & Taylor Settles Racial Profiling Case

Retail theft is a major cost for businesses worldwide. Companies spend a lot of time and money fighting shoplifting. According to Loss Prevention Media, retail theft accounted for nearly $18 billion in U.S. losses in 2016. Only about 7.8% of those losses result in a recovery. These numbers are significant.

Five Reasons Why You Should Teach Your Employees First Aid

Workplace injury is not as uncommon as you may think. In fact, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were roughly 2.9 million workplace injuries and health ailments in the private sector alone last year. While none of these reported cases resulted in any fatalities, such incidents can strike a blow to workforce morale, […]

7 Common Mistakes in Leadership Development Training

It’s no secret that Millennials recently surpassed Generation X to become the single largest cohort in the American Workforce. Which means that younger adults will be continuing to move into positions of leadership and management.