Gig Worker Training On-the-Go
Industries are swiftly moving from conventional job opportunities towards gig work as digitization became the norm. You must be wondering, what is gig work and how it’s gaining popularity? Contract employees or freelancers can be considered gig working people who are not bound by a full-time contract with any organization. These flexible work arrangements are popular with gig economy players like Uber, Airbnb, and Lyft. This kind of work setup usually involves working from home and side gigs training. The following issues prevent gig workers from achieving their best:
- Gig workers lack proper product knowledge
- They are unaware of brand guidelines
- Unstable internet connectivity
- Poor compliance protocols
- Lack of awareness to keep the brand promise and value intact
- Poor coordination between teams and staff to carry out projects
- Field staff finding it difficult to attend training
Training gig workers with a reliable LMS system can easily resolve this issue and help organizations streamline their processes and increase productivity.
Gig economy training for independent workers and freelancers:
How MapleLMS impacts Gig Worker Training?
Train Anywhere, Anytime, and on Any Device
Advanced Reporting and Analytics
Automated Notifications and Reminders
Secure and Highly Scalable
AI-driven Continuing Education
Off-the-shelf Content Library
eCommerce and White-labeled LMS
Usually, associations earn from membership fees which is very nominal to sustain, irrespective of the industry they belong to. So, associations depend on additional revenue sources beyond membership fees, and these sources of earning are known as non-dues revenue. Some common examples include association LMS course selling, certifications, fundraisers, webinar registration fees, merchandise selling, etc.
Associations can generate non-dues revenues through fundraising, job boards, partnerships, merchandising, premium content selling (courses and podcasts), advertisements on mobile app and websites, and offline and online learning with certifications, seminars, courses, and workshops, merchandizing, to name a few – are counted towards non-dues revenue.
Non-dues revenue for associations can help associations grow beyond membership earnings with some additional earnings. Online learning management systems for associations can provide certification and accreditations to members and non-members with a nominal fee, sell industry/role-specific content and courses, deliver instructor-led expert training sessions through webinars, seminars, and workshops, etc. Combined, these non-dues revenue benefit the association with some extra source of income.
Associations can utilize LMS to sell online courses, certifications, expert instructor-led training, conferences and seminars, course or seminar sponsorships by partners and vendors, sub-license white-labeled LMS microsites to affiliates and partners, sell merchandise, etc. The registration fees for these seminars/conferences and additional discounted course fees for members encourage them to continue learning, attracting non-members along the way through sponsorship from vendors and partners to become members.
Through MapleLMS an association has the feature to deliver vendor or partner sponsorships to members and non-members for online and on-demand courses. Sponsorship allows charging nominal fees or no fees from the learners (members and non-members) for the learning and accreditation programs. Eventually, it might lead to non-members get memberships for availing those special discounts on training and content exclusive to members.