Employee training is one of the prime determinants of organizational success. If you are looking for an innovative way to track, monitor, and conduct employee training sessions, GainKnowHow is your solution.
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Create skills specific to your organization. Then add questions to make sure your employees really understand the skills.
Establish your skill dependencies by linking skills together in the knowledge web.
Assign a specific skill for an employee to learn. They will be required to learn the dependent skills first.
GainKnowHow get your employees up to speed on the skills they need to succeed in your organization. The key difference in GainKnowHow is correct skill progression. For example, employees will learn Excel fundamentals before learning how to do specific Excel reports.
User skill analytics.
GainKnowHow gets new employees up to speed with the knowledge they need to do their job effectively. They learn your organization's skills in the correct order to ensure they understand each topic.
GainKnowHow knows when each employee passes a skill. When that skill changes the employee is notified of the exact change and can then can re-qualify for the current version of the skill.
Skill diff viewing.
Instead of spending your employees' time in meetings learning about a process change, just modify your organization's knowledge web.
Employees are automatically notified of relevant skill changes in your organization.
Optionally require employees to re-qualify for major skill changes.
Teach the fundamentals
Teach employees skills in the correct order to maximize comprehension.
Keep everyone on the same page
Changing a process is as simple as updating a skill. The relevant employees get notified of the change.
Ensure employee understanding
Give your employees quizzes to ensure they really understand how your organization runs.
Onboard employees automatically
With your internal documentation used as your onboarding material, you can reduce the overhead of hiring new employees.