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If you’re looking to become a Subject Matter Expert with us and looking for information before you get started, here are some Frequently Asked Questions (or FAQ’s). If you can’t find an answer to your question, just reach out to us for a prompt answer and recommendations.

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A Message From Our Founder

Be honest… How would you describe your employee training?

Disorganized? Understaffed? Undertrained? Over-worked? Non-existent?

Well if you said anything other than, “A well-oiled machine,” you’ve come to the right place. Assuming you have a team, it’s likely a loosely assembled group, all scrambling around sending emails, updating employees on new regulations, running in-person training, establishing Standard Operating Procedures, and doing their best to “figure it out”…without anyone necessarily knowing what anyone else is doing.

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