October 29, 2013 09:43 AM
This article was submitted by Brad Smith, Director of HRIS and Payroll Services, Kennesaw State University.
Here at Kennesaw State University (KSU), we are embedding Brainshark videos in welcome emails to new faculty, staff and student employees. These videos have been a tremendous help in getting our new employees registered for the KSU self-service portal and also assisting them in downloading the correct timekeeping application so that they can report their hours.
KSU has over 5,000...
October 02, 2013 09:26 AM
The presentation below was submitted by Cara Pelletier, Product Mentor at Ultimate Software.
Ultimate Software is a developer and provider of cloud-based human capital management solutions for businesses. They have more than 2,500 customers in 144 countries and close to 1,800 employees.
Check out this short presentations to learn how Brainshark On-Demand helped Ultimate Software speed up their content creation process and better communicate product updates to employees, customers and prospe...
May 21, 2013 09:37 AM
The presentation below was submitted by Tammy Biggs, Associate Director, Benefits, Human Resources at Creighton University.
Creighton University is a private Jesuit university with over 7,000 students – and over 2,200 faculty and staff members on its benefits plan. Learn how they utilize Brainshark to improve HR communications, facilitate open enrollment and increase participation in benefit offerings across the university.
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February 11, 2013 09:47 AM
No matter what type of organization you work for – from B2B companies to higher ed institutions – finding new, talented people is critical to growth.
Many traditional recruiting techniques focus on learning about potential new applicants, but how easy is it for those same people learn more about your organization? This is where a well-done recruiting video can help make the difference.
In a post for Mashable, Spark Hire CEO Josh Tolan writes that any online recruiting video shoul...
January 22, 2013 04:02 PM
I recently came across a cool InformED article by Julie DeNeen that looks at the false impressions some folks still have about online and distance learning programs. The post breaks down 30 (yes, 30) eLearning myths that DeNeen writes “need to die in 2013.”
It’s a good read for anyone who’s still unsure about the benefits that eLearning, or at least some sort of blended learning approach, can bring to their organization. It also got me thinking. We write quite a bit on ...