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Posted On: August 12, 2020

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COVID-19 has compelled many companies to switch to 100% remote work without much training or guidance. If you're not used to managing remote employees, it can be difficult to identify and implement best practices from the get-go. You might still be learning how to keep your team connected while keeping up company morale. And there may have been some missteps in ensuring each team member gets the support they need during the transition.

Fortunately, learning management systems and other remote engagement tools and strategies can help you effectively manage your employees and feel like a team, despite being in different places.

Distribute technology training via LMS

Whether it's to communicate, collaborate or simply get the job done, many employees will need to use new software to stay productive while working remotely. Using your LMS to distribute remote technology training is the simplest way to ensure everyone has access to the information they need. With just a few clicks, you can push software training to the whole organization or to a specified group of learners.

Another benefit of using your LMS to distribute technology training to remote workers is that it boosts your return on the time you invest. For example, not only does offering instructor-led training or a webinar provide an opportunity for remote workers to learn and ask questions as a group, they can be recorded and hosted in your LMS for future reference.

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