Contextual Training for Hourly Workers Drastically Improves Performance and Compliance
London, UK–Sirenum, the leading UK-based provider of technology solutions for innovative temporary staffing agencies, is proud to announce the launch of Sirenum Briefings, a new tool for building, distributing, and managing training and notifications for dynamic workers.
Temp agencies and other employers of dynamic workers often struggle to distribute notifications or training to their workers, who usually lack traditional technology means for accessing them. Because most elearning tools are built with desk workers in mind, they fail to take these challenges into account.
That’s why Sirenum built Briefings. An additional module in the Sirenum product, Briefings allows internal management teams to easily build everything from simple one-line notifications to more sophisticated employee training and then distribute these briefings to the relevant workers. The briefings can be designed and their distribution filtered by job type, job site, client, or a number of other variables. This ensures that the right briefing is going to the right person. Then, management can easily track responses and Sirenum will automatically leverage that information to refine schedules. Finally, because like the rest of the Sirenum platform, it’s built on Salesforce Lightning, every step in the process is fully audited.
“Sirenum has always been about getting the right people to the right place at the right time and paying them the right amount,” said founder and CEO Benjamin Rubin. “In my years managing a temp agency, one of the hardest parts of that equation was getting the right information to those workers as well. With Sirenum Briefings, we’ve made it so simple to get the word out, and confirm when a worker has acknowledged it–the confidence it brings in knowing you’ve got the right people on the job is priceless.”
Sirenum Briefings has already been in beta use with multiple Sirenum clients this year. It is now generally available to all Sirenum clients and prospects as an add-on module.
“Dynamic workers have been overlooked for years from a technology perspective,” added Joshua Pines, co-founder and director of corporate development and marketing. “The Sirenum platform has aimed to change that from the beginning and Sirenum Briefings continues with that mission.”