Creating a Compliance Training Series

Creating a Compliance Training Series Compliance training is a complex topic, and in order to cover the topic properly in your company, you’ll most likely want to plan a compliance training series. By trying to pack all of your company’s compliance topics in one training, you’re likely to gloss over topics that need additional details and depth, risk losing the …

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3 Key Cyber Security Tips for Your Employees

3 Key Cyber Security Tips for Your Employees When we think of cyber security, we think of top training IT professionals who are working everyday to stop huge data breaches from happening. While that’s true, we forget that cuber security can be simple – some of best cyber security guards are right in the office. Employees are dealing with data, …

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Practices To Abandon: Revamp Your Compliance Training

Practices To Abandon: Revamp Your Compliance Training When teaching the finer points of legal code to your employee base, it’s important that they absorb all the information and understand how it applies to their position in the company. The delivery of information must be aligned with how people absorb it. One of the biggest mistakes in compliance training is assuming that the employees …

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Developing an Objective Based Training

Developing an Objective Based Training Do you remember what your first day of classes was like in college? At the start of each new class, your professor gave you a syllabus. The syllabus told you what the professor expected you to learn during the course. Those expectations were the course objectives. Creating a good training requires similar objectives. In order to help …

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Healthcare Compliance and Auditing: Are You Prepared?

Healthcare Compliance and Auditing: Are You Prepared? Strict adherence in healthcare compliance is vital, especially as regulatory auditing is frequent. In some instances it may mean checking a series of boxes in an employee handbook, in other situations it’s about transparency and protecting patient rights. In other scenarios- it’s a matter of life and death. Key training is a double fold process: …

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Benefits of Custom E-Learning

Benefits of Custom E-Learning E-Learning saves time, can save money, and let’s you spend more energy focusing on new tasks. But, not E-Learning programs are made the same. Your company doesn’t have a “one size fits all” approach, and neither should your training programs. Custom solutions for e-learning provide an array of benefits, and it’s guaranteed to fit because it’s …

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Sales Training Trends of 2017

Sales Training Trends of 2017 Sales training gets a bad reputation for being boring, and often salespeople are painted as the bad guys. With the rise of technology accessibility sales isn’t as much of the bad guy as companies and salespeople can be much more transparent – and if they aren’t someone is sure to talk about it online. There …

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3 Ways to Heighten Your New Hire Training

3 Ways to Heighten Your New Hire Training Gone are the days of dry and boring new hire training. The workers of today want new hire training that is appealing and that also accomplishes set goals. Employers should consider successful new hire training as an investment in their talent pool.   1. Go Mobile Traditionally, a typical new hire training scenario …

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Being Proactive Before Auditing

Being Proactive Before Auditing Despite having the most cutting edge compliance training program, companies will still be audited as apart of routine regulatory procedures. Too many times staff have poor marks and reviews after auditing due to poor preparation – even with the best compliant employees. Among many, here are 3 tips to ace routine auditing so all training doesn’t go …

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