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With the ability for hackers to establish a beachhead in your business with little to no effort, security awareness training of your employees about current security threats, company security policies, and the personal role each plays in keeping your business safe from cyber threats is essential.
It takes only a brief visit to your favourite social media site to find out what corporate training experts and marketers alike have known for a while now: video is king. With video content gaining the most views, likes and shares out of all online content, it’s no wonder it has become such a popular tool for employee training programmes. In today’s blog post we’ll take a look at some of the unique advantages of video-based learning in order for you to find out whether it’s the right fit for your team. Without further ado, here are five major perks of video courses for continuous professional development.
Who wouldn’t want their staff to be more knowledgeable and productive? All training programmes promise this, yet it can be hard for managers to justify the cost of them – especially if they’ve been let down in the past. However, the benefits of offering your people continued development opportunities far outweigh the potential drawbacks once you find the right courses, which is why today we’ll dive into some of the reasons you should seriously consider investing in staff training for your team.
Remote work has been in the news a great deal recently, with attention-grabbing headlines announcing how working from home is better for both employees and their bosses, saving money and promoting a better work-life balance. This is all well and good but doesn’t answer one key question: how you can make sure that your small business can achieve those lofty goals.
If your team is commonly experiencing issues like missed deadlines, burnout or cybersecurity compliance issues, chances are you could benefit greatly from employee monitoring software. However, many people are wary of the concept – doesn’t it come off as invasive or like you don’t trust your employees? Not at all – as long as you follow some basic guidelines and remain honest and open with and supportive of your team.