Why HRM professionals should switch to distance learning

HRM employees do a lot of work every day: they write job advertisements, read resumes, conduct interviews, help new employees adapt, and organize training for the team. Despite all this, the management of the company sometimes remains dissatisfied with their work, citing the fact that they do not accept the appropriate employees or poorly organize the certification process.

Let's try to clarify how online education helps HR managers in a company save time, money and automate the learning process.

What is online or distance education? Get knowledge or information in a convenient place and a convenient time.

With the aim of rapid business development, now corporate education is gradually shifting to distance learning. Both large and medium-sized and small companies are moving to this form. This is a virtual university where you register employees, choose a single training program for them, post presentations, articles, video games. Employees go through the program, and the system automatically reminds them of the deadline, checks tests, collects statistics, and highlights the best ones.

How does the system reduce the work of HRM staff?

Imagine that you have recruited interns that you must prepare for further work. At best, the head of the company assigns one of the employees to do this business, as a result of which the main affairs of this employee suffer. Instead, the information provided enters the system once, and many users take advantage of it. As a result, the trainee learns the material at a convenient time and place, and the HRM employee, thanks to automatic reporting, learns about the results.

How does this help during routine employee appraisal?

Thanks to the distance learning system, training materials are reintroduced into the system, and employees of all branches of the company can simultaneously view or read them. Otherwise, perhaps the teacher spends several months organizing this process.

The system also helps in the quick and correct selection of candidates for the job. In this case, candidates simultaneously pass a single test, according to the results of which the relevant specialists are invited for an interview.

One of the advantages of implementing this system is that company employees can apply a single method when selling goods or services. For example, imagine a company has brought a new product to market that needs to be presented to a customer. In this case, all employees receive information about this product from one source and at the same time.

So, our corporate education system helps:

  • set up business processes in the company,
  • speed up the onboarding of new employees,
  • reduce the time and money spent on certification
  • implement a unified training system,
  • strengthen the HR brand.