The Unbeatable Benefits of Using Video for Training

Posted by Joseph de Leon on Jan 25, 2017 11:44:49 AM

From on boarding new hires to grooming management for future executive positions, your human resources department shoulders a lot of responsibility for ensuring that employees are trained.

Throughout the organization, human resources staff are increasingly relying on video to help get the job done.

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Topics: webcasting, ROI, human resources, training

Human Resources: Improve Internal Communications Regarding Benefits

Posted by Joseph de Leon on Jan 24, 2017 12:09:02 PM


Getting employees to become more engaged in benefits education is a high hurdle for most human resources departments. Studies show that less than 20 percent of employees in U.S. companies feel they completely understand annual healthcare costs and deductibles.

That’s why enterprises are increasingly using interactive multimedia video webcasting to improve employee engagement and decision-making. 

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Topics: webcasting, corporate communications, human resources, benefits

Video Takes Management and Leadership Training to the Next Level

Posted by Joseph de Leon on Jan 13, 2017 11:52:56 AM

Professional and leadership development training for managers is vital to a company’s success and growth. Organizations rely on managers to execute their vision and strategic business objectives, and to be prepared to step into key leadership roles whenever the need arises.

Organizations typically look to human resources personnel to help ensure that the right training is in place to help individuals develop their management skills and successfully advance in the leadership ranks. The best way to administer highly effective training for busy managers is through prerecorded on-demand videos and live video webcasts.  

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Topics: webcasting, human resources, training, management

Human Resources: Video Dramatically Boosts Benefits Education and Enrollment

Posted by Joseph de Leon on Jan 10, 2017 4:44:07 PM

Benefits administration is one of the human resource department’s most challenging functions. Plan changes and announcements must be communicated to all employees, along with important details about annual open enrollment.

Static text and graphics communications do not engage and motivate employees well, and traditionally have made negligible impact on improving the decision-making and enrollment process for human resource professionals. Studies reveal approximately half the employees in U.S. companies feel their benefits are poorly communicated.

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Topics: webcasting, meeting, human resources, open enrollment, benefits

Video is a Powerful Recruitment and Branding Tool

Posted by Joseph de Leon on Dec 19, 2016 10:35:00 AM

In today’s fiercely competitive hiring climate, millennials and other tech-savvy job seekers research employer websites like they research consumer brands before making a purchase. They’re looking for reasons why they should apply to a particular company.

They want to know how well they’ll fit with the organization’s culture and core values. Engaging potential candidates on your website is important, but it’s only one facet of recruiting. The onus is on your human resources team to engage potential candidates and promote an authentic employment brand throughout the entire recruitment process.

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Topics: technology, webcasting, business video, human resources, engagement

Human Resources and Video: Connect and Engage with Employees

Posted by Joseph de Leon on Dec 6, 2016 1:52:10 PM

Video helps reinforce employees’ desire for corporate transparency and fosters a feeling among employees of being valued by management. An executive can share company news with expressions and body language that simply cannot be conveyed through text. This authentic communication builds trust among employees, bolstering their emotional connection to the company.

As the steward of your company’s culture and values, the Human Resources function plays a crucial role in engaging and uniting employees. Effective internal communication is vital for success. Layer on a multi-generational, geographically dispersed workforce, and the communication challenges only multiply.

With the swelling popularity of YouTube and video viewing among consumers, it’s not surprising that corporate video usage is rising. Video engages employees like no other medium. 

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Topics: business, education, human resources, training, HR

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