The US economy is booming and businesses are hiring more new workers than they have in decades. Getting workers on board is one thing, but training them so they understand your company’s standards is another.
Training can be one of the most time-consuming and expensive parts of onboarding new employees. But it doesn’t have to be that way when you use video to educate and inform new employees.
The Power of Video
Video is one of the most effective tools for new employee training because it provides a consistent message. When trainers provide one-on-one training to new employees in person, there’s an opportunity for your message to be changed from training session to training session.
But when you use the same training video for every new employee, there can be no ambiguity or interpretation from class to class. All new workers get precisely the same training and learn exactly the same company standards every time.
Using video to train new employees is also cost-effective. Rather than paying somebody to train multiple classes of new employees, you can simply absorb the production costs of creating your educational training videos once and then use them as many times as you need to without any additional expense.
There’s also the benefit of convenience. Today’s training videos usually aren’t made on film or even videotape. Instead, they are digital videos that can be accessed by any device from anywhere. So if you want new hires to watch your training videos at home before they even arrive for their first day or work, you can do that and save even more money.
Training videos aren’t just for new hires, either. You can use the educational videos you produce to retrain or inform existing employees as either a refresher or to launch new initiatives.
Whatever type of training video you want, you can rely on the professional, experienced video production team at Hawaii Video Pro to deliver the results you need.