Here at eLeaP, we tend to get two major questions. The first is “what is a learning management system.” The second is “what are the benefits and why does my business need this technology.” Continue reading
Here at eLeaP, we tend to get two major questions. The first is “what is a learning management system.” The second is “what are the benefits and why does my business need this technology.” Continue reading →
We often talk about trends in employment, hiring and the business world in general, but sometimes you just need to get back to the basics. We’re taking this opportunity to provide answers to the question of “what is a learning management system.” A lot of businesses and organizations know they need to do their training differently, but they’re not sure how to achieve that objective. This guide provides an overview of everything to know about a learning management system and its integration into a business. Continue reading →
When a company makes a commitment to hiring employees, the most important elements to ensure their success are onboarding and training. Onboarding and training for veterans needs to be focused on not just ensuring they have the necessary job skills for their new role, but also that they can successfully transition into the private sector. Continue reading →
We’ve covered topics related to hiring veterans including the benefits of doing so, possible challenges and the financial incentives and programs that may be available. Now, for businesses who’ve decided this is something they want to do, how can you hire veterans? How do you connect with veterans and get started? Continue reading →
Tax credits and financial incentives for hiring veteran employees come from the federal government, as well as many states. Continue reading →
There are returning veterans who are looking for employment, and employers are facing a serious skills gap and talent shortage. The natural inclination is to bring the two together, but many businesses still aren’t taking full advantage of the opportunities that can come from hiring veterans. Continue reading →
The best thing you can do to protect your company is to make sure you’re fully aware of all laws and guidelines that pertain to firing. At the same time, you need to train everyone who could be responsible for firing someone including supervisors, managers, and your HR team. If they’re not trained, and they fire someone the wrong way, it can create big liability and financial repercussions for the entire company. Continue reading →
There are plenty of laws at the state and federal level that pertain to firing employees. Some states have rigid guidelines and restrictions even above what’s mandated at the federal level.
Other states have more lax firing laws, but regardless, there are some general concepts to be aware of. If you or one of your supervisors or managers fires an employee in a way that could be viewed as illegal, there can be huge financial and legal ramifications. Continue reading →
If it can be avoided, it’s better to find alternatives to firing an employee. In our previous post we talked about the risks a business faces when they do fire someone. The risks range from lawsuits and legal implications to the loss of trade secrets or damage to your brand. Continue reading →
In this series of posts, we’re talking about something that affects a lot of businesses, small and large: the risks associated with firing an employee. If a firing isn’t handled the right way, it can ultimately mean huge financial or legal ramifications for a business. Despite the pitfalls that can come with firing employees, it’s not an area a lot of organizations focus on regarding training or preparing. This series of articles covers recent news stories related to high-profile firing, the risks of firing employees, legal considerations to keep in mind, and how to train employees on proper protocols. Continue reading →
No experience? No problem. We'll do the work. You don't even need a credit card to get started.