Gamification is the process of bringing game elements into anything that is not in a game context. While gamification has recently become a buzzword, the idea isn’t new. Humans have been trying to make boring and even unpleasant tasks fun for a long time. When used effectively, gamification encourages habit development through positive reinforcement, whether that’s engaging with an app, performing better in a job, or buying more of a product. Here are five examples of the effect of gamification, and how it can improve workplace learning.
Every company has its share of employee training, and there is no denying its importance. Onboarding offers the knowledge needed to integrate into the company, while skills training is conducted to fulfill a specific knowledge or skills gap. But what is employee education, and how is it different from employee training? Here are three key benefits of employee education and how organizations can leverage education as a strategic investment.
Traditionally, financial literacy has been approached either as budgeting 101, or a precursor for a career in investing. Now more than ever, there is a need for financial literacy that targets a gray area in between- where business and financial investments collide. The potential for investments is great, and growing every year. Here are three reasons why you should train your employees in financial literacy to expertly navigate the financial world.
Compliance is a major priority for firms in the field of BioTech. Good-quality training, at every level, is of vital importance; and in a constantly changing field, few organizations are likely to have the resources in-house. Successful companies seek compliance training support from experts for effective, ongoing compliance training. Here, we highlight just three of the major challenges that come with compliance training, especially in the world of BioTech.
Good help isn’t hard to find when top talent looks for you. Giving employees what they need will help you get — and keep — the top talent that you want. Becoming known as a business where employees want to work takes time and a strategic approach. Follow these steps to attract, retain, and engage top talent.
In our increasingly busy world, it can be challenging to get people to actually show up to training, let alone retain the information. Although they may know training will help, there’s little motivation to attend due to factors like time or value. Here are five ways to reward your employees for completing training, and more importantly, how to reward them for implementing training.