During the first week of Dec. 2014, Crawford & Company participated in Employee Learning Week (ELW). An event sponsored by the Association for Talent Development (ATD), the world’s largest association dedicated to those who develop talent in organizations, ELW is used to recognize the value of learning and the important link between a knowledgeable, highly-skilled workforce and organizational success.
In support of ELW, Crawford Educational Services designed a learning plan and promotional schedule to engage learning among all U.S. employees. The program leveraged wellness sessions, webinars, learning games and an employee survey on learning. Crawford’s focus for the week leveraged the acronym LEARN, creating a daily learning experience that exemplified Leadership, Education, Activities, Resources and Networking.
Following ELW, Crawford was named as a “Champion of Learning.” This national award is designed to recognize organizations that exemplify the value of learning and the important link between a knowledgeable, highly-skilled workforce and organizational success. Crawford, along with McDonalds, Skillsoft, Emory University and Georgia State University, participated in a recognition event with Georgia’s Governor Deal on Dec. 17. The State of Georgia recognized the success of the program by establishing a proclamation to dedicate the week of Dec. 1 as Employee Learning Week.
Continuous learning is a key pillar to Crawford’s success and is supported not only during Employee Learning Week but year-round. We challenge all employees, clients and prospective clients to continue learning by visiting www.kmcondemand.com and taking a course, playing an educational game, reviewing the documents through Adjuster’s Desk or simply refreshing technical terms by browsing one of the glossaries. Want to try it out? Here are some examples of fun educational games provided to employees: