How to Track Employee Training

In today’s busy corporate world, employee required training can easily be overlooked and extremely overwhelming. Letting this important aspect of your business be ignored can lead to a human resources nightmare. Properly educated and trained employees are not only helpful but are a requirement of many OSHA regulations. In order for businesses to remain competitive and compliant, employee training is crucial. Properly tracking all the information that comes along with it is essential. By efficiently tracking employee training, employers will be aware of the qualifications and certifications possessed by their staff. This allows employers to focus on more important things inside the business. The best way to track employee training is by having all required documentation in order, staying organized, monitoring performance, and simple registration, delegating and testing. Fortunately, there is software that can do all this and more. With Conductor, Human Resource managers can easily access, maintain and control their employee’s training metrics all in one location. Conductors advanced technology and amazing features allow employers to rid their business of cumbersome spreadsheets and enter the world of simple and organized software. Track individuals. The backbone of a good employee training tracking program is an individual profile system Conductors clean and easy to read profile screen organizes all students’ information and tracks all human resource information for each individual. In addition to an organized format, Conductors other profile features like administrative security levels, profile sorting options, quick search tools and email reminders for students make this software as must-have. Organize your training tools. The catalog screens’ biggest and best feature is its ability to logically organize all of your...

Handling Employee Time off Requests

With the holidays fast approaching, employees are planning their getaways and family vacations. While it’s completely understandable to want time off between Christmas and New Year’s Day, if every employee leaves town that week, there will be no one left to keep the business running. So, when the time-off requests start trickling in, it’s up to human resources personnel to manage these requests. As a professional HR manager, it’s your job to do this in a fair and timely manner but it’s not always that easy.  You want to grant every time-off request that comes in because you know that taking time away from the office will allow them a chance to recharge and be more productive when they return. But it’s always not feasible to give every employee the time off they request, so here are some tips to handle these requests fairly. Ensure the company’s time-off policy is understood. Make sure all your employees are aware of the company’s time-off policies, and how they will be granted. You can inform employees of this when they’re hired, but it’s not a bad idea to send out a refresher via a company memo before the holidays begin. That way, when the holidays arrive, employees should know to plan ahead and comply with the company policies. Grant requests in a fair manner. The best approach is usually to grant any requests in the order in which you received them. If seniority does play a role in receiving PTO, make sure this is known by all employees, so no one gets the impression that you’re giving preference to certain people. Track...