Induction Training Can Be Time- and Resource-Efficient. Here’s How.

Happy New Year to you all! Let it be healthy, joyful and prosperous! We’ll open up the new year with a quick walk into one of the most common systematic types of training in any organization - the Induction Program.

Say you have a continuous flow of new employees starting regularly at your organization – for example, every two weeks. The standard procedure when hiring a new employee is for her to go through a few-hour-long induction program. For certain positions it can take much longer that than – from a few days to a few weeks even. And here comes the dilemma you’ll invariably have to face. On one hand, as the HR of the organization, you’d want to be as efficient as possible, by pooling at least a few new employees to the induction program so that you don’t waste the same amount of time over and over again on individual employees. On the other hand, the line manager insists that the new employee gets quickly ramped up and is ready to start the job as soon as possible.

Read the full story by


How to build the Business case for an LMS? How to use your LMS for compliance management
We are updating our Privacy Policy, so please make sure you take a minute to review it. As of May 25, 2018 your continued use of our services will be subject to this new Privacy Policy.
Review Privacy Policy OK