On-the-job training (OJT) remains popular among companies that prefer their employees learn by doing. This instruction style is far more engaging than most classroom training, and workers can remain on the floor where they’re productive. But how can you be sure employees are being trained with the right procedures and policies, without shortcuts?
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Many manufacturers rely on PowerPoint and Excel to manage their training programs. Here’s how to move beyond some of the traditional confines of those programs.
While a long an ever-present threat to businesses, city government, schools, and hospitals, cybercriminals are now aggressively targeting manufacturers with increasing frequency. Here’s how you can enlist your employees to help defend against these attackers.
Four Ways to Kickstart Your Supervisor Leadership Training Program
Learn more about our upcoming blog, ‘Setting Your Supervisors Up for Success,’ where we’ll share strategies for building a strong leadership team.
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“You Have B.O.” & Other Conversations that Stink: Training Your Supervisors on the Soft Skills They Need to Survive
All supervisors need soft-skill training. Personal hygiene issues are but one of many sensitive issues that supervisors will be dealing with over the course of their entire career.
A step by step guide on how to strengthen the onboarding program at your manufacturing facility to increase employee retention and productivity.
The abrupt shift to increase eLearning in your facility may seem daunting, but with the right strategy, partnerships, and preparation, a successful transition is possible.
Learn best practices and tips for keeping your truck drivers safe during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The key to high production and efficiency is automation. But did you know automation can also be used to optimize training in manufacturing? Learn how.