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Recruiter Top 10: Learning and Development Software

Recruiter Top 10: Learning and Development Software
From Recruiter - August 19, 2016

1. Panopto

Panopto is an easy way to create an on-demand library of video-based training tailored to your companys needs. You can record formal lessons, conferences, meetings, presentationspretty much anything you wanton any video recording device you have handy and add them to your library. Then, employees can access the video whenever they need to.

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2. Bridge

Bridge is the ultimate cloud-based learning management software. Employees can access it from anywherewhich makes it ideal for distributed teamsand employee dashboards can be customized according to each specific employees courses. Plus, Bridge makes enrolling employees super simple: Just upload a CSV file or integrate Bridge with your HRIS, and the software will take care of the rest.

One more thing we should mention: Theres a survey function, too, which means you can use Bridge to not only train employees, but also keep tabs on how theyre feeling and the kinds of training they want to receive.

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3. Tasytt + Obie

On its own, Tasytt is a cool enough software that enables your team to build a custom knowledge base while rewarding top contributors and keeping employees engaged through gamification. Obie, Tasytts new AI, takes the platform to the next level.

Obie, which is currently in beta, integrates with Slack, and team members can talk to Obie whenever they need to access to knowledge base. Obie returns the relevant info.

Organizations can also use Obie to assign flows to their employees. Flows are basically task lists, but Obie delivers each task one at a time. When employees are finished with an item on the list, they let Obie know, and Obie tells them whats next. Its a simple and efficient way to make sure everything gets done when it needs to.

James Tally, CEO of Tally, Inc., told us that Obie is the best helper [he has] found so far.

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4. Study.com

Want to help your employees earn college degrees? Not sure you can afford it? Check out Study.com, which can help you with that for less than $200 a month.

JetBlue partnered with Study.com for its JetBlue Scholars program, and according to Bonny Simi, the head of the Scholars program, the flexible, low-cost model simply couldnt work without Study.com.

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5. NxtSpark

Mentorship programs are excellent ways to get employees acclimated to a new company, engaged in the company culture, and up to speed on company processes and procedures. The only problem is that they require a lot of oversight, and many companies dont have the resources to dedicate to running a mentorship program.

Thats where NxtSpark comes in. This platform essentially automates your mentorship programs by matching mentors and mentees, tracking their progress, and delivering relevant data to stakeholders via a visual analytics dashboard.

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6. Reflektive

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