Are You Making New Employees Walk the Plank?

Sep 22, 2016
By Jeff Weber

Employees jump ship for many reasons, such as better compensation and the wanderlust to find a new location or company. A less-than-ideal onboarding process can be equally repelling, potentially costing the company thousands (like $18,000) of dollars and hundreds of hours .

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Fanzz Used Bridge During The Holidays For A More Successful Season

Sep 20, 2016
By Marc Maloy

Fanzz Sports Stores are one of the largest providers of sports apparel and merchandise in the United States, with 121 store locations in 22 states. They needed help getting their staff trained quickly for the busy holiday season and also needed to ensure their employees knew and understood their goals. Rather than rely on traditional training and learning methods, Fanzz decided to try something new - Bridge LMS. Bridge by Instructure Inc. is a modern training platform for businesses who want smarter, more productive employees.

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How Innovative Companies Are Winning At Talent Management

Sep 1, 2016
By Jeff Weber

Talent management is not just up to HR and the fact that over 50 percent of employees have left jobs due to bad management proves it. While no company is totally immune to turnover, the way you manage “people business” can keep more workers around for the long haul. 

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99 Problems but a Pitch Ain’t One: 7 Tips for Your Sales Reps

Aug 30, 2016
By Marc Maloy

No matter an employee’s ranking on the sales chart, preparing a pitch can be nerve-wracking, almost like walking onto the stage of “The Voice.” Training your reps to create chair-spinning pitches doesn’t require a song and dance—just the right coaching.

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How to fill the skills gap with e-learning

Aug 25, 2016
By Jared Stein

A degree isn't the most important thing on a potential employee’s resume anymore, and employers know it.

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Mean Girl Moments: How Not to Onboard Employees

Aug 22, 2016
By Alli Stewart

Onboarding is more than simply learning where the color printer is and when to take lunch. It’s about establishing a culture of trust. The first 90 days are vital to an employee’s success or, they can have the opposite effect and serve as motivation for peacing out. 

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You Should Beg Your Employees To Use Facebook at Work

Aug 18, 2016
By Troy Anderson

In the 1970s Albert Bandura coined the term “social learning theory,” the idea that we learn by observing behaviors of others or taking direction. Back then, there were limited ways to do this: via in-person interaction or through mass media.Then the Internet was invented and later, social media.

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