5 Reasons to School Your Workforce
Learning management systems (LMS) have become even more popular in the corporate workplace, and it’s not without good reason: They work.
In recent years, employees have become all too familiar with cumbersome or outdated training methods. According to Gallup, only 32 percent of U.S. employees are engaged in their work. The same study cites outdated training methods as one of the biggest reasons for disengagement. It’s not too late to upgrade to an easy-to-use training program that will engage your employees by keeping them up to speed on the latest organizational developments.
In addition to having more direct training options at your disposal, you are investing in an immediate way connect with an entirely new generation of employees. Seventy-five percent of millennial workers are eager to utilize online learning, which means now is the time to start thinking of innovative ways for workplace engagement. Online LMS technology allows employers to train their employees on anything, including new government regulations, through new media such as web videos, podcasts and interactive slides.
Why upgrade to a learning management system?
Learning management systems give trainers and managers the means to quickly upload quick videos or PowerPoints for employees instantly. Once the upload is complete, the tools and trainings your employees need for their next steps are already at their fingertips. The time between building the training session and completion of the assignment is shortened to mere minutes.
An LMS gives you the quick and intuitive tools needed to immediately train employees. Building a training session is as simple as pulling out your phone and recording a two-minute video before uploading and assigning it to your employees. Once you have approved the material, they will have immediate access to these trainings after logging into their employee self-service page from anywhere with an internet connection.
It helps your organization mitigate compliance risks.
We live in a work climate in which compliance regulations are in a constant state of ebb and flow. Many workers are required to receive mandatory training in areas such as health and safety, diversity, anti-harassment and bullying. Compliance training often requires a lot of box-ticking, and delivering this kind of instruction via traditional methods can be highly labor-intensive. With the recent FLSA overtime expansion ruling, you may need to educate your management staff quickly on what the new rule means for your company and what actions your company plans to take to aid their compliance efforts. Whatever the case may be, you need to have all of your employees on the same page, and an LMS provides the communication vehicle you need to add these new compliance standards to your online courses in minutes, all while giving you the ability to track and report on who has completed the training.
An LMS provides a number of options that employees can access in a direct and organized manner at any time. Thanks to the streamlined workflow and flexibility in the variety of content supported, you can upload videos, podcasts and other interactive content for employee training with ease.
It’s accessible everywhere.
One of the biggest benefits of an LMS is the accessibility it offers to employees; anywhere an internet connection is available. Your employees can access and share expertise at any time through their desktop or even on the go. To keep the training as simple and easy to access as possible, all of the courses are available in a single online location.
Here’s the good news. The process of utilizing Paycom’s LMS is quicker and less challenging than you might think. Activating Paycom Learning is not only going to help keep you up to date on compliance standards, but will switch you to a forward-thinking training program to further engage your employees.
It’s not too late to take that next step and join the future of instant e-learning. If you have struggled to keep your workforce engaged or are looking for a faster, more effective way to convey new requirements to your people, Paycom Learning is here to help, just in the nick of time.
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