Latitude CG conducted an online training survey to get a bird's-eye view into training programs.
Could you imagine what it would be like to contribute to the world's largest convenient store chains? Well, 7-Eleven is making it pretty easy to join the team.
Whether someone receives a settlement from an insurance company after an accident or wins a big cash prize in the state lottery, the recipient may find themselves receiving that money on a monthly basis instead of a single lump sum.
In 2017 Success Academy, was leading their franchisees down a road to success by overseeing their brand’s ongoing training programs through their training model, known as Success Academy.
Based on the survey results, future plans consist of getting more out of their training program on a reduced budget, as well as get more people trained with less effort.
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VIP Tires & Service is the largest tire dealer and automotive service provider in New England. Each of its locations are privately owned and while the chain is not franchised, consistent and quality employee training plays a vital role in the company’s success.
Why aren’t baby boomers excited about the upcoming online training course? Is there anything you can do to get mature learners motivated and inspired so that they get the most from the online training experience?