Solving employment mismatch between employers and employees

Produce interactive playbooks

Leadership is meant to help people succeed in their jobs. Short video-based playbooks, which are commonly known the sport world, are a great tool for this purpose.

The playbooks can be used to define how the employees work, what the job is, and how to work more effectively. Each playbook is a collection of best practices on how to do the job.

Playbooks are usually used to induct new employees, implement an updated strategy, improve sales performance, increase safety at work, and improve customer service.

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Automate distribution of playbooks

Playbooks are used to guide field personnel to work, for example, in accordance with a new job, office, or skill requirement.

It is easy and quick to distribute playbooks according to the induction workflows. Playbooks can be automatically directed to the right people at the right time.

Interactive playbooks that collect feedback can also be automatically distributed to potential new employees. This makes the recruitment more efficient by targeting the playbooks to those who are interested in specific employers or jobs.

Automate distribution of playbooks

Playbooks are used to guide field personnel to work, for example, in accordance with a new job, office, or skill requirement.

It is easy and quick to distribute playbooks according to the induction workflows. Playbooks can be automatically directed to the right people at the right time.

Interactive playbooks that collect feedback can also be automatically distributed to potential new employees. This makes the recruitment more efficient by targeting the playbooks to those who are interested in specific employers or jobs.

Measure key performance

The use of playbooks gives companies a new way to measure and develop performance – such as the productivity of staff, the level of commitment of temporary workers, or the improvement in employer brand – in real time.

Collect data about learning activities and measure results in real time on individual and team levels.

Examples of typical key performance indicators are competence development costs, induction costs, total sick leaves per workday, personal costs per turnover, job satisfaction, customer satisfaction, employee turnover, and position in employer brand survey.

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