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TutorPro’s Top Tips for Working at Home

How to Stay Healthy, Engaged and Motivated When Working from Home Working at home part time is standard practice for Team TutorPro, both in the UK and US. In a past blog we have shared how the team’s work-life balance is enhanced at TutorPro and touched on remote working.  As we continue to stay...

How to Pass a Three-Hour Exam in Three Weeks

We are excited to share this week’s Thought Leadership blog from a guest speaker, Adobe’s Talent Development Partner Katrina Marie Baker. Enjoy! Some people set nice, normal New Year’s resolutions for themselves – losing weight maybe, or cutting their daily gallon of coffee to a more socially acceptable amount.  Or maybe self care –...

Do You Know What Your Employees Don’t Know?

This blog comes from Team TutorPro’s Client Success department following a recent conversation with a Client Family Member (CFM) about Assessments. We all know how important regular training is for our employees, and also Assessments. However, our CFM shared “We don’t know what our employees know and don’t know!” Is that the case for...

The Importance of Hiring the Right People

This week’s blog comes from our CEO, Claire Revell, as she talks about our new recruitment process, the importance of getting the right people on the bus and shares some exciting news! The thought of recruiting can be thrilling, but for me it can also be somewhat daunting and cause hesitation. On one hand...

Laying the Foundation for 2020

This month’s blog comes from TeamTP HQ on the heels of our 2020 Strategy week! We all took the week to do a deep dive in conversations surrounding products, development, growth, company culture and much more! 2019 was a great year for us, we rolled out many new releases, hosted many webinars, attended multiple...

A Look Back on 2019 – From the CEO’s Chair

This week’s blog is from the CEO’s Chair as our CEO, Claire Revell, looks back on 2019. WOW, what another amazing year we’ve had! Here’s hoping you had a wonderful Thanksgiving, to those who celebrated, and an early Happy Holidays to those who will be celebrating in a couple of weeks. This time of...

Are You Still Using Internet Explorer 11 as Your Default Browser?

This week’s blog comes from our Developer’s Cave, following on from extensive internal discussions about Internet Explorer 11 (IE 11)! The main issue we are seeing with Internet Explorer 11 is that while Microsoft is fixing critical issues, and putting security patches in place, they are not offering updates and none of the latest...

DevLearn was AWESOME!

This week’s blog comes from TeamTP HQ after returning from DevLearn 2019 in Las Vegas. DevLearn was an amazing experience and what made it truly unique was the community that gathered at the event. It’s a unique group of learning professionals that share a passion for leveraging technology to enhance learning. People don’t just...

Food for thought: Are you “e-literate”?

This week’s blog comes from TPHQ as our resident Writer and Instructional Designer, Reese Harlan, examines the ever-changing learning landscape and digital literacy to ask the question: Are you e-literate? What is literacy? Well, according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, literacy is defined as the ability to read and write.  So, if you’re reading this...