Cloud HR software provider CIPHR has unveiled the latest topics in its spring series of expert-led webinars, which will feature invaluable insights tailored specifically for HR and L&D teams.
With a focus on exploring the changes and challenges shaping the world of work, the next three CIPHR webinars will discuss learning management systems and what to consider when selecting one, how HR teams can make hybrid work models work and why workplace happiness is key to employee experience and performance.
Choose the best LMS
The first appointment on April 26 is “How to choose the right LMS: the ultimate three-step selection process”. Organized by CIPHR and its sister company Digits LMS, the session will feature Nevin Hart, CIPHR Training and Development Manager, and Andrea Matkin, Digits LMS Specialist, outlining key areas organizations should consider when selecting a new or replacement LMS provider.
While there is a range of vendors in the LMS market, not all systems will fit every employer’s training strategy and business requirements. This is where it pays to be prepared. Hart and Matkin’s talking points include how to create an LMS requirements checklist, with common examples of what to include, what to expect when dealing with vendors, and how to compare them objectively, and which features and functionality must-haves of an LMS are non-negotiable.
To register for this webinar, which will take place at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, April 26, go to: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/43631242286002187.
Developing successful HR policies for hybrid working
For its May webinar, CIPHR partnered with workplace performance expert Gary Cookson, director of EPIC HR and author of HR for hybrid work. In ‘Out of the office: what does it mean to be a hybrid people professional?’ he will draw on insights from his book and a host of best practice examples to illustrate how HR teams can develop policies and activities for hybrid working that balance the needs of employers and employees.
Since 2020, many organizations have proven that they can operate successfully remotely in one way or another, whether it’s 100% remote or following a hybrid working model. The challenge now is to ensure that employees who continue to work from home – part of the time or all the time – have the same opportunities and levels of engagement as their colleagues who work from the office or workplace. It’s not enough to replicate actions that might have worked before when everyone was together in the physical workplace. It’s time to reinvent traditional approaches to human practices and training and development initiatives and ensure they work for everyone – those working in the workplace, remotely or in a hybrid way.
To register for this webinar, which will take place at 11 a.m. on Thursday, May 26, go to: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5572869609836060685.
Create employee-centric experiences
The guest of the CIPHR webinar in June is positive psychologist Meg Price, founder of happybyme and former head of human resources at the Dudley Building Society. In her session – “Humans, Not Resources: Tips for Creating an Employee-Centric Work Experience” – she will explore the relationship between happiness at work and better employee performance.
According to research by Gallup, disengaged workers can prove costly to organizations because they are more likely to be absent, more likely to be accident-prone, and more likely to make mistakes on the job. Price will share advice on how to avoid this, including strategies for adopting a more people-centric approach, how technology should support this, and how an organization’s vision and culture can be used to motivate and involve employees.
To register for this webinar, which will take place at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, June 14, go to: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4941236463562177803.
All CIPHR and Digits LMS webinars are free. Links to video recordings of seminars are then made available and emailed to all registrants.
CIPHR invites the public to ask questions, which can be sent in advance to Cathryn Newbery, CIPHR’s Content and Community Manager (and Webinar Chair). Send all questions to [email protected] (please include the title of the webinar in the subject line).
Nearly 4,000 people have registered for CIPHR and Digits LMS webinars over the past year, and all previous seminars can be viewed on demand at www.ciphr.com/video-library. Discussions covered a range of topics, such as the future of L&D in the UK, legislative changes for the 2022/2023 tax year, changes to UK work cheque, management strategy talent management, internal communications, employee mental health protection, diversity and inclusion in recruitment, work-ready learning, flexible working systems, social media controls and working outside payroll (IR35) in the private sector.
More than 600 organizations use CIPHR’s people management solutions and Digits’ bespoke enterprise learning management systems. CIPHR customers include Claire’s Accessories UK, Met Office and Volkswagen Group UK, while Digits LMS customers include Bunzl, Bensons for Beds and Carpetright.
For more information, please visit www.ciphr.com or www.digits.co.uk.
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