Retain Talent & Develop Employee Skills
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Snack is a comprehensive online training service to help your employees achieve their learning and development goals.

94% of Employees Stay Longer

when the company is invested in the learning and development of their employees*

* 2019 Workplace Learning Report by LinkedIn

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"Turnover matters for three key reasons: (1) it is costly; (2) it affects a business’s performance; (3) it may become increasingly difficult to manage. Providing training and development opportunities generally decreases the desire to leave. This may be particularly critical in certain jobs that require constant skills updating.”

David G. Allen, Ph.D., SPHR
SHRM Foundation’s Effective Practice Guidelines Series: Retaining Talent

Comprehensive Training Courses

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  • COVID-19: Returning to the Workplace
  • Understand Coronavirus COVID-19
  • Managing Remote Teams
  • Leading a Virtual Meeting
  • Keys to Remote Accountability
  • Helping Others Achieve Goals
  • Getting Ready for Your Virtual Presentation
  • Collaborative Goal Setting at a Distance
  • Coaching Others - The Basics
  • Building Trust with Remote Teams
  • Building Trust in the Virtual Environment
  • Applying Coaching Remotely
  • Performance Development for Struggling Performers
  • Email Etiquette
  • Workplace workout
  • Wellness & Fitness
  • Drug and Alcohol Abuse
  • Diversity in the workplace
  • Learn Workplace Technology
  • Strengthen Job Required Skills
  • Target the Right Prospects
  • Identify All Outcomes of a Potential Decision
  • Your Own Requirements to Stay
  • Overall Satisfaction at Work
  • Integrity Review
  • Managing the Stay Interview
  • Essential Stay Interview Skill 1 Listening
  • Team Listening
  • What Excites You at Work
  • Manage Conflict with Others
  • Serving Customers in the Field
  • Speaking Your Mind
  • Are Your Actions Consistent with Your Values
  • Skill Development Opportunities
  • Email Etiquette
  • Innovation Norms and Expectations
  • Remove Yourself as a Source of Threat
  • Building Trust with Employees
  • Creating Challenging Work
  • Team Integrity
  • New Hires Build New Skills
  • Talk About and Promote the Company Vision
  • Articulate the Attributes of Your Ideas
  • [New York]Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Employees
  • Team Resource Needs
  • Managing Team Resources
  • Maximizing Employee Talents
  • Fairness with Others
  • Evaluating Performance in the Right Way
  • Solve the Main Problem
  • Inspiring and Motivating Customer Service Agents
  • Being Consistent with Company Values
  • Recognize Employees Each and Every Day
  • I to C Communication
  • Being a Good Virtual Teammate
  • Unconscious Bias
  • Getting Ready for Performance Development Conversations
  • Lean Concepts
  • Preventing Sexual Harassment
  • Resources for Success
  • S to I Communication
  • The Legal Aspects of Interviewing-City and State
  • The Blended Interview Process
  • Interviewing Basics
  • 4 - Impactful Presentations
  • 3 - Making It Real
  • 3 - Empathize
  • 2 - What Is Design Thinking
  • 1 - Why Design Thinking
  • Building Employee Skills
  • Improve the Feedback You Give Others
  • Performance Development for Star Performers
  • Process and Quality Basics
  • Understand Past Project Issues
  • Anti-Harassment in the office
  • Meeting Customer Needs
  • Performance Measures
  • Clear and Concise Emails
  • Potential Project Risks
  • Effective Decision Making
  • Market Range Compensation
  • How to beat procrastination?
  • Workplace Violence
  • Active Shooter: Surviving an attack
  • Office Safety
  • Diversity in the workplace
  • Preventing Workplace Discrimination
  • Workplace stress
  • The Legal Aspects of Interviewing-City and State
  • The power of focus
  • Office Ergonomics
  • Preventing Sexual Harassment
  • Conflict Resolution in the Office
  • Understanding Financial Management
  • Workplace Rules and Policies
  • Ensure Strategy Alignment
  • Know and Meet Customer Needs
  • Seeking Out Cutting Edge Ideas
  • Organizing Your Workspace
  • Know the Competition
  • Share What You Think is Best
  • Navigate within the Organization Structure
  • Supporting Company Values
  • Respect through Resources
  • Trusting Others to Innovate
  • Reconcile Insufficient Career Opportunities
  • Create a Career Plan
  • Company Jobs and Opportunities
  • Building a Personal Network
  • Identify Your Skill Gaps
  • Branding Yourself
  • Building Skills for Your Career
  • Handling Customer Complaints
  • Nonverbal Communication
  • Listening to Your Customers
  • Text Messaging Etiquette
  • How Inspiring Are You
  • Keeping Customers Informed
  • Learn From a Conflict Management Expert
  • Support the Organization’s Vision and Strategy
  • Show Good Judgment Regarding Creative Ideas
  • Be a Powerful and Inspirational Role Model
  • Seek Out the Ideas and Opinions of Others
  • Contributing to the Organization Strategy
  • Employee Career Aspirations
  • The Company Career System
  • Career Plans and Employee Expectations
  • Career Plans for Your Employees
  • Finding Employee Development Opportunities
  • Building an Employee’s Professional Network
  • Create a Vision Branding Statement
  • Communicating with Different Audiences
  • Right Information at the Right Time
  • Managerial Listening Skills
  • Team Communication Expectations
  • Conflict Management Expectations
  • Creating a Strong Team Culture
  • Understanding Body Language
  • Create a Conflict Management Culture
  • Helping Employees Manage Conflict
  • Help Groups Resolve Conflict
  • Team Norms and Expectations
  • Working with Others Within the Company
  • Project Teams Rely on Each Other
  • The Right Level of Challenge
  • Work-Life Balance for You
  • Customer Service Over the Phone
  • Building Customer Rapport
  • Developing Your Customer Focus
  • Customer Service Confrontation and Conflict
  • Internal Customer Service
  • Giving Feedback to Your Customer Service Agents
  • Onboarding New Customer Service Agents
  • Customer Service Quality
  • Customer Feedback and Insight
  • Delegating to Others
  • Delegating with Clear Expectations
  • Getting Buy-In When Delegating
  • Brand and Promote What You Do
  • Employee Reactions to Performance Evaluations
  • Improve the Quality of Feedback You Give
  • Support Employee Development
  • Support Your Team for Performance
  • Coaching After Mistakes
  • Giving Employee Feedback
  • Energizing Work
  • Benefits Discussion
  • Managing Remote Customer Service Teams
  • When Agreements are Broken
  • Leadership through Delegation
  • Building Skills and Capabilities
  • Personal Expectations and Your Workload
  • Exploring Company Job Opportunities
  • Identify Potential Career Opportunities
  • Increase Your Personal Performance
  • Know Your Skills and Gaps
  • Teams Monitor Performance
  • Acting with Appropriate Speed to Problems
  • Supporting Employees
  • Inform and Inspire Your Team
  • Appreciating Contribution and Results
  • Linking Performance and Rewards
  • Going Above and Beyond
  • Performance and Rewards
  • Keep Your Top Talent
  • Increase Employee Innovation
  • Become a Reliable Leader with Integrity
  • Balance Your Leadership and Employee Roles
  • Align Resources to Strategic Priorities
  • Integrity Expectations
  • Capture and Share Best Practices
  • Personal Skill Development Plan
  • Empathy for Others
  • Balance Conflicting Customer Priorities
  • Building Trust with Others
  • Recognize Your Peers
  • Working with a Diverse Team
  • When Email and Text Messages are NOT Appropriate
  • Text Messaging Etiquette
  • Team Satisfaction
  • Requirements for Success
  • Connecting Work to the Organization
  • Organizing Information for Productivity
  • Connecting Goals to Vision
  • How Employees Support Organization Goals
  • Connecting Work to Company Objectives
  • Connecting Work Projects to the Vision
  • A Leader’s Thoughts on Strategy
  • Work-Life Balance for Each Person
  • When Are You Most Creative
  • Struggling to Meet Commitments
  • Stay Productive While Waiting for Answers
  • Increase Your Personal Engagement
  • Increase the Quantity of Work
  • Creating Accountability for Business Results
  • What Employees Need
  • Valuing Employees
  • The Right Workload for Employees
  • Reinforce Great Teamwork
  • Receive Feedback From Your Employees
  • Problem Solving Expectations
  • Perform a Performance Review
  • Perform a Departure Review
  • Giving Clear Work Priorities
  • Learning from Co-Workers
  • Learning a New Role
  • Great Work Situations for New Hires
  • First Weeks’ Deliverables
  • Feedback from New Hires
  • Feedback for New Hires
  • Coaching New Hires
  • An Ethics and Integrity Discussion
  • What the Team Loves About the Company
  • Understand Customer Needs
  • The Importance of Safety
  • Team Work-Life Balance
  • Speaking Freely with Others
  • Solving Problems in the Right Way
  • Soliciting Ideas and Opinions
  • More Than One Solution
  • Creating a Strong Team Culture
  • Create a Safety Culture
  • Building Relationships with Colleagues
  • Prepare for Any Meeting
  • Conduct Effective Meetings
  • Be a Significant Meeting Member
  • Persevere During Setbacks
  • Manners and Courtesy at Work
  • Reconnect Employees to Individual Work
  • New Hires Get Coaching From Others
  • New Hires Build a Professional Network
  • Creating Work Autonomy
  • Compensation Rule of Thumb
  • Increase Your Objectivity
  • Don’t Jump to Solutions
  • Do You Overreact?
  • Developing an Attitude to Learn
  • The Likelihood of Project Risk
  • Sharing Problems Right Away
  • Planning Tools and Resources
  • Objectively Evaluate Proposals
  • Use a Resource Management Agenda Item
  • Teams Improve Efficiency of Resources
  • Required Employee Resources
  • Providing the Right Resources
  • One Resource for Success
  • Recognize Accomplishments and Contribution
  • Improving How Things Get Done
  • Balance Public and Private Recognition
  • Decreasing Employee Turnover
  • Feedback for Great Results
  • Discuss Your Work-Life Balance Needs
  • Ask Your Boss for Feedback
  • Communicate Clear and Concise Messages
  • Status Reporting Expectations
  • Sharing Essential Project Information
  • Responding to Project Risk
  • Negotiating with Difficult People
  • Monitor Project Status
  • Minimize the Consequences
  • Resources and Customer Needs
  • Six Month Work Priorities
  • Making an Impact
  • Learn about the Company and Customers
  • Work-Life Balance for the Team
  • Three Month Work Objectives
  • Team and Company Policies
  • Know Your Employees
  • Know Who’s Really Contributing
  • Involving Others in Problem Solving
  • Assist Employees Facing Challenges
  • Skill Development Plan
  • We Wish We Had Known
  • Teams Share with New Hires
  • Responding to Issues and Concerns
  • Analyze the Pros and Cons of Key Decisions
  • Trust Others to Drive the Strategy
  • Meeting Goals and Achieving the Strategy
  • Control vs. Influence
  • Team Communication Feedback
  • Customer Service Coaching
  • Employees Monitor Personal Performance
  • Using an Employee’s Best Skills and Abilities
  • The Great Things Employees Do
  • Listening to Others Ideas and Opinions
  • Creating a Great Work Situation
  • Differences Make a Stronger Team
  • Stay Focused in Meetings
  • Meeting Behavior Expectations
  • Information for Success
  • Getting to Know Your Peers
  • Current Performance Review
  • Clear Work Expectations
  • Recognizing Behavior Responses
  • Evaluating Candidate Responses
  • Conducting Professional Interviews
  • Connecting Team Work to the Strategy
  • Team Members Introduce Themselves
  • Exploring Professional Development
  • Who Needs Better Work-Life Balance
  • Keeping Your Employees
  • The Legal Aspects of Interviewing
  • Accelerate the Acceptance of Organization Change
  • Communicating Key Messages
  • Involving Others for Great Decisions
  • Shaping the Direction of Customer Service
  • Team Involvement in Planning
  • Focus on the Issues vs. Individuals
  • Essential Project Plan Components
  • Brand and Promote Your Project
  • Be Open to Different Solutions
  • Advocate for Interests
  • Find Others to Provide Team Recognition
  • Know Your Team’s Experience and Background
  • Diagnose Resistance to Change
  • Inspiring Communication Style
  • Four Types of Feedback
  • Supportive Communication Style
  • Accelerate Goal Achievement
  • Creating a Conflict Resolution Mindset
  • Seven Components of Great Presentations
  • Dominant Communication Style
  • Sources of Feedback
  • Discussing Your New Leadership Role
  • Understand the Expectations of a New Role
  • Motivation for Change
  • Communicating Positive Expectations
  • Preparing to Successfully Work from Home
  • Being Productive When Working from Home
  • HIPAA
  • Data Privacy and Information Security
  • Code of Conduct Essentials
  • Bystander Intervention
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Avoiding Retaliation
  • Anti-Corruption and Anti-Bribery (FCPA)
  • Project Plan Updates
  • S to S Communication
  • Performance Development for Remote Employees
  • Conducting Performance Development Conversations
  • An Introduction to Performance Development
  • Prepare to Sell
  • Manage Sales and Yourself
  • Introduction to Relationship Selling
  • Connect with the Person
  • Confirm the Sale
  • Assure Satisfaction
  • Assess the Needs
  • 1 - Know Your Audience
  • Workplace Diversity and Inclusion
  • Why Sales People Shouldn’t Prospect
  • The Most Important Growth Metric
  • Seeds and Word of Mouth
  • Sales Tools and Technology
  • Outbound Prospecting The Business Case
  • Maintaining an Outbound Team
  • Lifetime Customer Value
  • How to Triple Your Sales
  • Customer Success and Growth
  • Common Marketing Failures
  • Building an Outbound Team
  • A Framework for Inbound Lead Generation
  • Planning a Virtual Meeting
  • Maximizing Virtual Tools
  • Essential Stay Interview Skill 3 Probing
  • Essential Stay Interview Skill 2 Take Notes
  • Developing a Stay Plan
  • Closing and Forecasting
  • Avoiding Stay Interview Preparation Traps
  • Avoiding Stay Interview Post Interview Traps
  • Avoiding Stay Interview Meeting Traps
  • Web-based Presentation Basics
  • The Pitfalls of Web-Based Meetings
  • D to D Communication
  • C to I Communication
  • D to S Communication
  • Introduction to the Stay Interview
  • Writing Style and Tone
  • Writing Model for Reports and Documents
  • Write Effective Opening Paragraphs
  • Using the Reporting Process
  • Separating Readers’ and Writers’ Needs
  • Selecting the Best Writing Model
  • Most Common Business Writing Model
  • Forecasting Subject Lines
  • Effective Middle and Closing Paragraphs
  • Effective Emails
  • Effective Business Communication
  • 4 - Define
  • 8 - Applications Of Design Thinking
  • 5 - Ideate
  • 7 - Test
  • 6 - Prototype
  • C to C Communication
  • I to I Communication
  • I to D Communication
  • S to C Communication
  • S to D Communication
  • I to S Communication
  • C to S Communication
  • A New Supervisor’s First Performance Development Conversation
  • Preparing to Conduct Stay Interviews
  • Essential Stay Interview Skill 4 Taking Responsibility
  • Goal Setting at Three Levels
  • Creating the Mindset for Your New Role
  • Cautious Communication Style
  • Six Step Coaching Model
  • 2 - Simplification Through Visualization
  • [New York]Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Managers
  • Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Managers
  • Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Employees
  • [California-Connecticut]Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Managers
  • [California]Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Employees
  • The Unique Aspects of the Virtual Work Environment
  • Giving Remote Feedback
  • Communication Techniques for Web-based Presentations
  • Classic Leadership with a Virtual Twist
  • DISC Model Overview
  • C to D Communication
  • D to I Communication
  • D to C Communication
  • Work and Challenges in the Future
  • New Hire Performance Review
  • New Hire Expectations of a Manager
  • The Performance Development Mindset
  • Identifying Ineffective Writing Styles
  • Support the Company Mission and Vision
  • Recognizing Your Boss for Personal Achievements
  • Potential Career Opportunities
  • Coaching Employees to Manage Conflict
  • Analyze Key Experiences for Lessons Learned
  • Increase the Level of Challenge at Work
  • Best Professional Organizations for You
  • Build your Network
  • Share Your Knowledge and Expertise
  • Increase Your Personal Success

Cool Things Under the Hood

Microlearning was born to create quick, on-demand training when employees need it the most. Statistics show that employees only have 1% of their workweek to dedicate to training, so creating small, actionable learning opportunities for your employees is vital. There is a 17% increase in employee comprehension rates when information is presented little by little. When businesses offer micro training courses, they end up paying 50% less than they would for larger training sessions.

According to Forrester Research, employees are 75% more likely to watch a video than reading documents, emails, or web articles. In addition, video training raises retention levels by an impressive 65%. The lessons taught through video-based training sessions are proven to be more memorable than other training materials.

Mobile learning is designed to empower the employees' power to choose the pace at which they learn. It also enables employees to decide where they learn. Paired with microlearning, the success of mobile learning is multiplied. Employees spend an additional 40 minutes on mobile training per week, on their own time, and 70% of employees who learn by way of mobile learning reported feeling more motivated when training on a mobile device, as opposed to on a computer.

In a Nutshell

Snack is an Online Team Training with

Snack Team Training Programs and Courses are Great

Snack provides over 400 award-winning microlearning courses for both managers and employees, including e-Learning Best 2019 courses. Half of the programs also offer continuing education credits.

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Snack Team Training Prices are Simple and Affordable

Flat-rate subscription rom $5 per user, per month, covers everything you need for your team. Compared to spending thousands of dollars on one manager or employee per year, Snack reduces your T&D cost dramatically.

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Snack Team Training LMS are Extremely Easy to Use

Do you need to learn how to use an LMS before using an LMS? Absolutely not. Snack focuses on the critical process and the features that you need the most. Unload the rest, and focus on your team, not your tool.

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Snack Team Training LMS are Extremely Easy to Use

There is no download, no installation, and no sign-in needed for employees. A "magic link" will be delivered to the employee when courses are assigned. Getting started is just one click away on any device.

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