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The positives that have come from online training

The pandemic caused professionals to make a quick change in the way they carried out training; relying on virtual technologies to deliver courses online. Many found that providing training opportunities boosted productivity and increased morale, at a time when employees needed it most. 

It is clear that, even a year later, working online is here to stay. Businesses of all sizes and sectors have discovered that providing training online offers significant benefits. For example, more frequent training can be delivered and at a time and pace that better suits their employees, fitting around their day. It also means that these training opportunities can be offered to more people than was possible face-to-face.  

However, like everything done virtually, it does come with its challenges. There are concerns that training could be a lower quality experience for employees online and those attending might not be as engaged if doing it from home. Staff are therefore finding it difficult to keep staff interested and involved.  

Our Training module at HealthBoxHR allows both admins and individual staff members to submit one to ones and training requests as quickly and efficiently as possible, either via the HealthBoxHR app, or on any web browser via all smart phones, laptops, desktops or tablets. As training, targets and areas of improvements change, so too does the individual’s profile, meaning nobody is trawling through notes or old emails to remember what was said during that chat 6 months ago! Using HealthBoxHR’s One to One and Training feature, organisations are better able to improve performance, morale and overall job satisfaction via a simple and secure digital platform. 

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