If you’re new to workplace safety training, unsure what training OSHA requires, or want to optimize worker training at your organization, KPA has you covered.
Effective workforce training creates behavioral changes by reinforcing material through repetition. But you can’t just repeat the same thing over and over.
Effective workforce training gives people an opportunity to demonstrate what they know (or don’t know) about a topic, so they’re engaged from the beginning.
The most important principle of training is knowing your audience. Learn how to design and implement training for different learners and learning styles.
How do your employees understand and apply information? We have some strategies to keep in mind if you want to reach employees of every learning style, experience level, and skillset.
In a monthly series we answer frequently asked questions. This month: Can we require an employee to complete an anger management course as a condition of continued employment in a written warning of corrective action?
Training employees and changing their behavior is hard but builds a strong safety culture. We have 3 ways to get your employees interested in your training.
Jokes make training stick. Over on their blog, the people at Jellyvision recently used science to explain why humor improves information retention
According to attorney Ken White, 85% of people have no need for sexual harassment prevention training. But that doesn’t make its “theater” unimportant.