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How to Rank Learning Experience Platforms: A Rubric

If you’ve read our previous post explaining learning experience platforms — also known as learning management systems (LMSs) — and how to choose one, you already know that there are numerous systems and that they differ in major ways. You also know the pitfalls you might find as you navigate various systems, as well as the advantages they may offer.

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How Does Employee Culture Affect Retention?

Recent studies have found that toxic work culture is the number one reason people leave their jobs. With increasing inflation, profits have gone down, so it might be impossible for smaller companies to issue much of a pay raise. Without even the offset of financial compensation, losing staff due to a negative employee culture could seem inevitable. 

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Stay Interviews: A People-Focused Practice

As part of our People Ops practice at Extension Engine, we conduct “stay interviews.” A stay interview is a two-way conversation between an employee and a People Ops representative. Feedback from employees is critical to the health and success of any company, so you should always seek to understand and analyze what your employees have to say about your organization. We’ve found many benefits to this practice and would like to share our knowledge and advice for holding those interviews.

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How Project Collaboration Benefits UX Design

Did you know that more than 50% of workers say their jobs rely on project collaboration?

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Careers at Extension Engine: Building Relationships with Authenticity

When we talk about careers at Extension Engine, our focus is always on our people. We value authenticity and transparency in all of our interactions with colleagues and clients, and we want everyone to see that — not only in our words but also in our day-to-day behavior. Our emphasis on these values is why we have a “People Operations practice” instead of a “Human Resources department,” and it’s why we structure our leadership as a PMO (project management office).

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