How seriously does your organization take compliance? You will find the answer to that question by looking at your compliance training. Does your compliance training do more than check a box? If not, your organization must consider improving or even overhauling its compliance training. So where do you start? At the top. Managers and team leaders must be aware of employee conduct and misconduct to foster a culture of compliance. They must also know how to encourage and reinforce ethical standards and behavior.
As most compliance functions already know, an effective Learning Management System (LMS) is key to administering an effective compliance training program. Often times, an LMS isn’t used to its full potential. In this article, we examine not only why having an up-to-date and adaptable LMS is so important in ensuring organizations remain compliant with relevant laws and regulations, but how valuable LMSs are when it comes to compliance tracking and analysis. Enrollment and Recertification Many states and industry regulators require new employees to undertake certain compliance training programs within a specific time period after starting.
Corporate Training: 5 Rules for Hiring Contract Training Consultants In today’s competitive world, training employees so they can perform their roles effectively is vital to the success of any organization. This means a strategic effort in enhancing training and development must be a top priority. Finding and retaining good people with the right skills to develop training for your employees can be a real challenge, not to mention costly. Many organizations choose to hire training consultants – such as instructional designers or elearning project managers they need on contract, recruiting them for specific projects over set periods of time.