Posted by Chloe Mendonca
Every organisation needs to assess its workforce — whether to check competence, company procedures, knowledge of the law, health and safety guidelines, or testing product knowledge — and assessments are the most reliable and cost-effective way of doing so.
Without regular testing, how do you know what your employees know? And in the case of an audit or an emergency, is it good enough to have had the participant sign off saying that they’ve attended training and understand the content?
With increasing regulatory requirements, compliance is becoming more and more of a priority for many organisations. However, due to the challenges of setting up an effective assessment program, many organisations aren’t doing enough to demonstrate compliance.
Questionmark has just published a new eBook “Using Assessments for Compliance”* providing tips and recommendations for the various stages within assessment development.
The eBook covers:
- The rationale for assessments in compliance
- The business benefits
- Specific applications of useful assessments within a compliance program
- Best practice recommendations covering the entire assessment lifecycle
Click here to get your copy of the free eBook. *
*Available in a variety of formats (PDF, ePub, MOBI) for various eReaders.