LMS50 Announces New Online Employee Training Courses

LMS50 Corporation announced the release of three new online employee training titles for small businesses which are available now on our employee training portal

The new LMS50.com titles include:

  • I got promoted, now what?
  • Confined Spaces
  • Corporate Responsibility (Sarbanes-Oxley)

“We are delighted to announce the addition of these new online employee training courses,” said Jennifer Kicinski, LMS50.com’s Director of Client Care. “Two of these new online courses provide a cost-efficient way for businesses to increase the effectiveness of their manager cadre. In particular, our new Corporate Responsibility module has been designed to educate managers on the requirements of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. The other new manager title was created to assist newly-promoted managers in making the transition from peer to supervisor. Lastly, our new Confined Spaces course helps businesses meet a specific OSHA-mandated employee safety training requirement.”

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LMS50 Corporation is a veteran-owned online employee training business specializing in small business safety and human resources training.  The easy-to-use LMS50.com online training portal is a cost-efficient solution for small business employee training. Learning Managers can establish and configure their LMS50.com portal account for free and no payment is due until a training plan has been developed and launched.

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