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Corporate learning, on the other hand, is rapidly evolving. One is stuck in the past if they are still relying on in-person teaching, sending coaches to their affiliates, and hosting instructor-led sessions after work.
Fremont, CA: Companies that have executive training earn 218 percent more per employee and have a 24 percent higher profit margin than those that do not. When done correctly, investing in employee training and growth pays off.
Corporate learning, on the other hand, is rapidly evolving. One is stuck in the past if they are still relying on in-person teaching, sending coaches to their affiliates, and hosting instructor-led sessions after work. Employees and partners benefit from the opportunity to learn at any time and from any place. A corporate LMS is what makes "anytime, anywhere" possible, among other things.
What is Corporate LMS?
A corporate learning management system (CLMS) is software that allows one to distribute online courses and other learning materials to your employees. It aids in the onboarding of new workers, as well as providing them with the information and skills needed to fulfill their positions and, eventually, progress faster in their careers.
Here are some reasons why you need a corporate LMS:
The business will save money, and there will be no more travel, lodging, and teacher expenses, as well as lavish training conferences.
The learning experience is no longer restricted to the confines of a classroom. Employees will complete courses at their own rate, whenever and wherever it is convenient for them.
A learning network enables one to educate employees from various locations at no additional cost.
One should reduce the workload of senior workers to reduce the amount of face-to-face mentoring.
It's simple to keep track of who has finished a course and how well they did.
How Can a Corporate LMS Help Your Business?
New Recruit Orientation
With a corporate LMS, one can automate the majority of your employee induction preparation. One only needs to develop a core training program once and then delegate it to all new employees. An HR manager will usually plan an orientation curriculum on the following topics:
organizational structure and leadership team
mission, vision, and values
products/services and their main benefits
key clients and partners