An LMS for employee training management is highly beneficial for modern organizations.
An exhaustive report by The Engagement Institute – a joint study by The Conference Board, Sirota-Mercer, Deloitte, ROI, The Culture Works and Consulting LLP, suggests that disengaged employees cost U.S. companies up to $550 billion a year.
When the entire training initiative is system-driven, the data provides for trends, knowledge matrix, skill gaps, insights, and, most importantly, helps curate a culture of learning. In turn, the organization becomes and remains competitive and innovative.
Employee engagement and wellness have taken over the center stage in the business world. Previously, it was considered the duty of the HR department and not an integral part of the organization’s overall business strategy.
Gathering actionable employee feedback in a remote world isn’t an easy task. But these days, more and more enterprises have access to a LMS or a learning and development system which can be leveraged to gather that data.
They say data is the new oil, and for organizations committed to learning, an LMS is the perfect way to gauge how your workforce is progressing, learning and ultimately giving you feedback on how they will grow.
To get the most out of your learning management system…
ensure that admins make use of its reporting and analytics features, as it will help track individual performances. Gathering this data will allow the supervisors to identify potential learners’ skill gaps, providing them with supplementary resources to help them get better.
Problems that your LMS Can Solve
Use an LMS to remove the barriers to everyday learning
Logging in to an LMS shouldn’t be seen as a task, but a part of the daily routine. In order to do that employers need to ensure that getting from point A to point B is as seamless as possible.
The average employee has to maintain 26 unique log-in credentials. Integration of an LMS deep within the organization’s intranet will make them recognize that it’s a part of their job. More often than not, these challenges have a logistical solution, i.e., how do I get users from the intranet log-in page to the LMS.
The answer is simple: to make the learning management system a part of your organization’s intranet will remove psychological barriers for the employees and make the LMS a part of their daily routine.
Use an LMS to onboard and engage remote employees
A Gartner, Inc. survey of 127 company leaders representing HR, Legal and Compliance, Finance and Real Estate revealed 82% of respondents intend to permit remote working some of the time as employees return to the workplace.
Remote employees will be an essential part of the workforce and to make your new hires feel welcome, use your learning management system to onboard them into your culture by sharing brand values and your company’s story.
The right online learning platform features can inspire a sense of belonging between remote workers. Video content offers face-to-face exposure to leadership and subject matter experts. To get new employees up to speed on the company and its practices, create multiple learning pathways to keep them engaged from day one.
How do you keep employees who are hired remotely engaged? Gamification. Over 54% of new hires report being highly productive after undergoing a gamified training programme. Participants are also found to score 14 points higher in skill assessment tests compared to others.
Integrate social communication channels with your LMS
An online training module or a course having limited options for employees to communicate with everyone is not effective in its purpose. With our limited capacity to gather in person, keeping communication channels open on the LMS is important. Features such as chats, forums, messengers, and a social media-like comment thread are integrated within our LMS, making it a great way to share progress across the employee roster.
Increasing the flow of communication is one of the top asks of organizations seeking a new LMS. It allows employees to collaborate, bounce ideas off one another, ask questions and work through problems together. This leads to an overall enhanced user experience and an improvement in engagement.
The Importance Of an LMS for Accessing Resources
Training is a top priority on every company’s to-do list. Your employees need to update their skills, customers need training on how to use your products or services, distributors and partners need to know the latest on what you
Mobile learning capitalizes on employees’ preference giving them the ability to access training on the device of their choice. According to MindTools, a company that engages with workplaces that want to inspire, stimulate, and ensure that no one is left behind, 64% of learners find accessing their training content from a mobile device essential.
These numbers will only grow in the future, and to cater to it, KochaSoft’s LMS comes ready to be deployed in a device of choice.
Take Control of Your Organization’s Growth
An LMS’s major tasks are associated with training but the above mentioned were some ways an LMS can make work more accessible and fun. Learning and Development is one of the essential tasks of the training journey. An LMS ensures you have all the tools that are required to make the path easier.
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