A Learning Management System for a Better Workplace


A Learning Management System for a Better Workplace

Most learning management systems have tracking and reporting features, which you can use to monitor or track, say, the online activity of employees throughout your organization on your company web site. Check which people have been doing their assigned homework—reviewing the employee handbook, reading weekly memos, keeping up on the latest news on the company, and so forth—through your learning management system.

Surveilling employees via a learning management system may be especially helpful in legally binding situations. Say somebody’s accused a fellow workmate of harassment. Some may not be exactly sure of what constitutes harassment and what doesn’t. An employee handbook with specific explanations accessible via the company’s learning management system would be perfect. Now you can ascertain who has (or hasn’t) been responsible enough to put some effort in and refresh their memory to avoid unnecessarily unsavory moments.

Free LMS 101: Concepts, Trends, Applications

Learn how to treat your employees well, provide them with opportunities to advance themselves, encourage social behaviors, and empower and support your managers all with learning management systems. BP_Guide-1-1

In this Ebook, we cover:

  1. Keeping Teams Engaged and Happy

  2. The Latest Subjects, Added Quickly

  3. Upskilling and Reskilling Makes Employees Stick Around

  4. Make Learning a Game Whenever Possible

  5. Community Learning Increases Learning Time 30X

  6. Making Online Learning More Interesting & Personal

  7. Managers As the Keys - Using LMS to Help the Whole Team Succeed

  8. Trends and Application in LMS Differ By Age

  9. LMS Training Making Business More Resilient

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