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  • How to Perform a Skills Gap Analysis - HRDQ
    May 19, 2021

    How to Perform a Skills Gap Analysis

    To ensure your team possesses the skills they need to succeed and meet industry standards, a skills gap analysis can be very helpful. Whether you’re experiencing underperformance issues or seeking areas of improvement, this tool will get your business back...

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  • 4 Types of Training for the Workplace - HRDQ
    April 27, 2021

    4 Types of Training for the Workplace

    There are various training methods you can use to develop your employees. Depending on what you’re teaching, some of these methods may be more effective than others. It’s important to keep your topic and team in mind when selecting the...

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  • Top Tips for Training New Employees - HRDQ
    April 20, 2021

    Top Tips for Training New Employees

    Onboarding a new hire may sound easy in theory. But in practice, there are many essential steps and considerations in the process. If you want to ensure your recent hires stay on track, retain pertinent information, and seamlessly mesh with...

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  • Hard Skills vs Soft Skills: What’s the Difference? - HRDQ
    April 14, 2021

    Hard Skills vs Soft Skills: What’s the Difference?

    Employees are usually hired because they possess certain qualities that make them the right candidates for the job. For instance, perhaps you’re looking for an individual with social media experience, great communication skills, and proficiency with Adobe. This list represents...

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  • Online Training Ideas: Virtual Ice Breakers - HRDQ
    April 7, 2021

    Online Training Ideas: Virtual Ice Breakers

    Icebreakers are a great way to warm up your participants, start a casual discussion, and get your training rolling. But, you might be wondering what type of icebreaker activities work best in a virtual setting. Consider implementing the following online...

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  • Overcoming Barriers to Active Listening - HRDQ
    March 17, 2021

    Overcoming Barriers to Active Listening

    Communication isn’t just about speaking. It’s also about listening. A transfer of information can’t occur unless the receiver has the listening skills to understand and process that information. Active listening, in particular, requires plenty of training and practice to perfect...

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