Fun is Required: Boosting Organization Productivity

If you’ve lit your employees up with a fun and engaging compliance training that encouraged company compliance, you’ll want to keep that sense of fun going into the future. Staying in compliance after taking a compliance training doesn’t have to feel like endless days of filing papers and checking the correct boxes on electronic communication. Through making your environment fun, your staff …

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Learning to Reduce Compliance Violations

Learning to Reduce Compliance Violations Maintaining legal compliance is a serious matter for businesses. When your company falls out of compliance, the penalties have the potential to be massive. Sanctions from compliance violations range from fines and loss of funding to bad publicity and reduced sales. If repeated violations continue, it puts departments or your entire company, at risk. Learning …

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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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Impact of Data Breach on an Organization

Last month, after a successful purchase by Verizon, search engine giant Yahoo revealed that as many as 500 million user accounts had been compromised, resulting in Verizon asking for a $1 billion discount on the $4.5 billion dollar purchase. (The hacker who sold the data, revealing the breach, assured Yahoo that there were “only” 200 million hacked accounts and the data …

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The Pros and Cons of Self Policing

The Pros and Cons of Self Policing Self Policing refers to a setting whereby an organization is fully liable for its compliance to ethical, safety, and legal standards. The inverse of self policing is when an organization outsources specialists to perform an analysis on whether the organization has complied with the accepted standards or not.   What advantages does self-policing provide? It …

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4 Lessons for Delivering Compliance Training via Mobile Devices

4 Lessons for Delivering Compliance Training via Mobile Devices There are some lessons learned in regard to training your workforce about the regulations, laws, and corporate policies that equip them with the knowledge necessary to meet their responsibilities. Executives in the financial industry are not the only ones experiencing anxiety over compliance training. The complexities of the ever-changing tech industry and the resultant effects on …

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5 Ways to Tailor Compliance Training to Your Audience

5 Ways to Tailor Compliance Training to Your Audience Developing a compliance training curriculum that “sticks” with the entire audience you wish to impress can be challenging. There are as many factors in creating a compliance training program as people you wish to engage in that program. It is imperative compliance training be inclusive of all employees. We offer 5 …

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Ways to Measure Cultural Change in a Company

Ways to Measure Cultural Change in a Company Companies go through a lot of trouble to make the culture the best it can be. However, how do you know you have truly been successful? You cannot effectively measure culture change based on your own gut instinct. Instead, there are a few tools you can utilize to measure how effective your …

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3 Key Benefits of eLearning for Busy Employees

3 Key Benefits of eLearning for Busy Employees How do you eat an eLephant? One bite at a time, of course! And the same thing applies when it comes to consuming a workplace training program. Sometimes small, bite-size chunks of information – delivered over a period of time – can be more effective than gorging on a week-long classroom training …

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2015 Learning Research: Measuring the Impact of Learning

2015 Research Campaign: Measuring the Impact of Learning In 2014, Interactive Services completed it’s first learning research project to determine what the future of blended learning would looked like. One of the most discussed elements that we got feedback on was measuring the impact of learning as part of a standard project delivery. A combination of lack of dedicated resources, ownership and …

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