There’s no room for improvisation in workforce compliance. Employees need to comprehend what rules, regulations, and company policies to follow; how to use specialized systems, terminology, and technology; and how their actions contribute to or go against your organization’s unique values.
Members of your workforce may take time understanding and internalizing all this information. Remember: each of us once had to learn everything we know about doing the right thing. And if your employees don’t have the information they need to be successful, they make expensive mistakes.
How do you create training program that, when integrated within your compliance program teaches your employees the way they like to learn, and helps them keep your business on the right track? How can you design training so that the information really sticks?
November 15, 2017 Webinar: The Power of Online Training
Our upcoming webinar will show you how to develop a workforce training program that engages different kinds of learners, and effectively teaches all employees how to comply with industry regulations, internal policies, safety procedures, and employment law matters. Join us to learn how to help employees build, sustain, share, and apply knowledge to have a measurable impact on your business results.
Webinar attendees will learn how an effective training program reduces…
- missed sales opportunities,
- improperly filed regulatory paperwork,
- injuries and compensation claims stemming from confusing safety procedures,
- and other issues that arise from inadequate, outdated forms of employee education.
Meet Our Panel
We’ve collected a panel of industry veterans to share their thoughts on how best to educate your workforce, and how to do it as part of an integrated compliance program:
Jennifer Stephens, Senior Solutions Consultant, Skillsoft
Jennifer’s expertise lies in leading and supporting global learning and talent development teams and initiatives. With Skillsoft, she works to maximize her clients’ investment in learning solutions by advising on best practices for learning implementation. She also conducts extensive research into the science of learning to improve business and performance outcomes for learning solutions.
Patrick Sanders, Of Counsel, SmithAmundsen
With decades of experience practicing labor and employment law, Patrick fully understands both the worker’s and the employer’s perspective. Prior to his role at Smith Amundsen, he served as general counsel, vice president, and secretary for a large luxury automotive network, who also happens to be a Compli client.
Joe Aakre, Senior Sales Engineer, Compli
Joe Aakre may be Compli’s Senior Sales Engineer, but we like to refer to as “Professor Joe”—our resident scholar and lecturer on all topics compliance. Joe is the product expert who helps our prospective and existing customers match their needs with Compli products. He will be popping in at various points throughout the webinar to provide attendees with a live look at some of the online training topics we’ll discuss.
Reserve Your Spot
If you’ve tried educating your workforce about compliance but haven’t seen return on investment, or if you’ve never conducted training before and would like to find out how, don’t miss this opportunity. We’ll teach you how to teach, and you’ll learn how to learn. (It’ll be less heady than that sounds.)
Register today for the webinar: The Power of Online Training.
(If you can’t make the date, no problem! Just sign up anyway and we’ll send you the recording via email following the webinar.)