Policy Management enables organisations to control the entire Policy life-cycle from one central location.
Using NETconsents enforcement technology employees are delivered only the current version of a policy and a range of controls ensure that it is read and understood. Those controls include presenting the policy to the employee before they log into their desktop, monitoring the time it takes for the user to read the document and providing a test to ensure the employee has understood.
All of these measures can be configured to the organisations’ specification, permitting the user to defer reading the policy for a number of days or preventing access to the network using NETconsent’s enforcement technology.
The NETconsent Kiosk provides employees one place for all of their policies, training and compliance documents, making it easy to go straight to the most relevant information.
Linking with NETconsents training management system employees can receive training on the policies they are signing, deepening their understanding and importance of why they need to adhere to them.
Create a policy and procedure library
Only provide the current version of the policy to employees in the NETconsent Kiosk
Enforce that employees read the polices and agree to them
The employees policy read time is recorded for analysis
Target documents for distribution to specific groups or individuals as required
Managers or admins can create training and tests on policies for employees to check their understanding
Management can see who has accepted their documentation and passed or failed any exams
HR can drill down to an employee level to see what policies, training and tests employees have completed and passed
NETconsent policy manager enables the business to identify non-compliance status across the workforce and to detect users that have not read or accepted its policies.
Employee’s are targeted with relevant policies before they log in to their desktop and can also be forced to accept before they continue, streamlining the onboarding process.
Policy manager records the users read-time on policies. Management can run reports to guarantee users are taking an appropriate amount of time to read/process content.
With NETconsent examiner, the business can confirm an employees understanding of a policy by testing them after they have read and accepted the content.
By using NETconsent reporter the business can provide comprehensive management reports on their policy status, drilling right down to the user level. providing measurable and reportable compliance.
The NETconsent kiosk provides employees one place for all of their policies, training and compliance documents, making it easy to go straight to the most relevant information.
NETconsent policy manager ensures that only the current version of the policy is being viewed by the employee.
Linking with NETconsent content delivery service, employees can receive training on the policies they are signing, deepening their understanding and importance of why they need to adhere to them.
Content can be easily uploaded, created and edited by administrators.
Providing one central hub for all the organisation’s policies, they are easily managed and any version control is administered and tracked through the system.
Administrators can effectively distribute policies to the relevant users, these could be new hires, or a new policy or a change in an existing one could initiate a rollout.
Each piece of content has parameters that administrators can choose to include for policies, these include setting and recording the reading time of the policy, implementing an exam after the policy has been read and enforcing the user read and adhere to the policy before continuing to log in to their system.
Policy manager works in conjunction with NETconsent training management system to provide training materials to support the corresponding policy.
Manage the organisation’s policies, ensuring that the employees only
see the most relevant version.
Employees have access to policies easily through the NETconsent Kiosk.
Orchestrate the role out and version control of the organisation’s policies easily.
Provide reporting on what users have read, agree to and provide a dashboard that shows the organisations compliance.
Deliver training materials to the user in conjunction with the policy, so that it makes sense when the user agrees to its content.
Conduct assessments to prove the employee has read and understood
the policy information.
Enforce the user to acknowledge or comply with the policy after a certain period to maintain the organisation’s compliance status.