8 Do’s And Don’ts When Tracking Employee Training

| January 1, 2019

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We all know that tracking employee training is incredibly important, but what are the key do’s and don’ts to ensure that you are doing it correctly?Below, we take a look at 8 things you should and shouldn’t be doing in order to make sure you are getting the most out of tracking your employee training.When you set up your internal training, it’s important to set expectations with your team members, so they know how much training they have to complete and when it needs to be completed by. When it comes to internal training, it’s important to strike a balance between regular day-to-day work tasks and training. You want to make sure your team can fit everything in and that they’re not overloaded.Make it clear to them when they need to get the training completed by, and that is it up to them then to schedule their time so as to ensure that they meet those deadlines as well as managing their other commitments.

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Soft Source, Inc., a State of Georgia S Corporation established in 1999, provider of innovative technology and workforce solutions, an 8 (a) certified business with strong past performance in the federal and commercial workspace, recipient of GSA Star II IDIQ award. Executive coaching, leadership and workforce solutions is a significant part of our business. We offer tailored technology solutions designed to meet the needs of our clients. We service primarily small to midsize engineering, IT, and healthcare organizations. provide strategic planning and program management.

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