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Hard skills. Soft skills. They’re all skills at the end of the day, and a team is only as good as the skills they bring to the table. That’s why it’s so important for employees to grow their skill levels over time. Cross training, higher skill levels, and filling any knowledge gaps that exist are highly important in every field.
Back in 2020, the Noviqu team took a look at themselves and decided it was time for a refresh of their core values. What are the things that are most important to us as a team? We came up with five overarching themes that – when revisited this week – still hold true today.
If you’ve ever had a part in the management and administration of a training program in an organization, you know exactly how much work and effort goes into keeping track of training data. You become one part HR team, one part knowledge experts, and a whole lot of babysitting.
Come on – be honest with me. How many different communication platforms do you actually use? Facebook Messenger? Instagram? Texting? Email? Slack? The list can go on and on.
Ah safety – the red-headed stepchild of most organizations. A hot topic for leadership, something most facilities say they have a good program or handle on, and a very necessary part of the daily operations in most places.
COVID-19. The one phrase that turns heads quickly and has caused more than a small upset in the normal operations of every industry. For a lot of office-based jobs, the change from going to the office everyday to working from home has been a mixed bag of pros and cons, but in general doesn’t affect their ability to do their job.
Managing work should be easy, weather that is onboarding a new employee, creating a new product, or working a sales lead through the sale funnel. Today we are excited to announce the release of Noviqu Workflows. Check it out below!
By Allison Opitz
By Allison Opitz
By Anna Haney
The manufacturing industry was at an all-time high after the 3rd industrial revolution in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. The application of electronics and technology to automate production greatly increased efficiency and supply in warehouse facilities. However, the demand for such products dropped over the years due to economic and financial crisis’.