Thursday, March 12, 2009

How to eliminate employee training costs with video technology and social software

March 12, 2009 Published by

Unified Communications Connection
Video technology and social software can cut employee training costs
Michael Morisy, News Writer

Companies looking to cut down employee training costs are tapping into collaboration technology, ranging from flashy, full-fledged video-on-demand services to wikis and micro-blogs.

Employee training can be expensive for companies. Classes take up valuable time, can generate travel expenses, and require outlays of cash to pay experts to offer the same instruction over and over again. Translating that training content into video and social software platforms like wikis and blogs can reduce or eliminate many of those costs.
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