Helping Employees Internalize Company Values: LRN Featured in Corporate Secretary

July 14, 2016 LRN Corporation

What steps can help employees internalize company values? As discussed in a recent article in Corporate Secretary, companies can start by tying compliance training to real-life scenarios and providing round-the-clock access to compliance content.

“Policies and information need to be easy to understand, accessible, and relevant,’ says LRN Senior Advisor Susan Divers. “Make it real for every employee.”

Beyond making it real, companies should also make it accessible, particularly for Millennials and Generation X employees, who increasingly expect to be able to access information at all times. LRN’s customizable Augmented Reality app “allows employees to access and engage with compliance content in real time, from any location,” says Divers. Learn more here.

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