What is NETconsent?
What is NETconsent and how does it help your organisation? See below for an overview of how your business can benefit
NETconsent in 30 Seconds
A platform to deliver policies and training to employees across the organisations
Check employees knowledge with tests and exams
Send messages and alerts direct to employees desktops
Survey employees opinions and run assessments
Enforce important documents and messages are read and training is taken
The employee portal keeps everything in a central location
The reporting module allows high level and granular data analysis
Dashboards enable the organisation to identify its compliance situation instantly
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Benefits of NETconsent
NETconsent allows the organisation to deliver Policies and training straight to the employees desktops in multiple file types ( E.g. PDF, Video, Word, etc). It also displays important business messages and alerts quickly avoiding them being lost in the email system.
Exams can be created by managers and administrators to check employees understanding of the organisations policies and training. NETconsent also provides the business with a platform to create and send surveys to staff, gauging opinions and collecting feedback from across the organisation.
The business can enforce that the employee reads a policy or take a test before logging in to their desktop, this can be done instantly or by giving a dated countdown for completion. This saves the time of managers having to chase up individuals.
The NETconsent Kiosk provides employees one place to access organisation Polices, eLearning and relevant business communications.
Management can report across the business to see the progress against Key Performance Indicators. Managers and HR can drill down to the individual level, to see who has read signed policies and passed exams.