Educating people on the significance of an eco-friendly office is important as we all look for ways to save resources.
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) April 22, 2015
In celebration of Earth Day, ej4 is releasing a new Workplace Sustainability video training series. This series highlights ways to make the workplace more eco-friendly.
Did you know that little things such as remembering to activate sleep timers on a desktop or laptop can prevent 300 pounds of CO2 emissions in one year? Or that if a company installs compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) throughout the office it will use up to 66% less energy than standard incandescent bulbs?
Below are the course titles for this new series.
- Conducting an Audit
- Green Cleaning Concepts
- Green Purchasing
- Managing Your Waste
- Recycling in the Workplace
- The ROI of Green
- Understanding Hazardous Waste
- Water Conservation
- Work Hacks: Go Green
“We are very excited to release this series that focuses on going green at work. Educating people on the significance of an eco-friendly office is important as we all look for ways to save resources.” said ej4 CEO, Ryan Eudy.
ej4 VP of Sales and Marketing, Karen Marino, on the new addition: “We’re constantly expanding our video library with new and useful content for employees to quickly learn concepts. The idea of creating green content was a no-brainer, and everyone at ej4 is very proud of the end result and can’t wait for people to see it!”
Preview the green content here:
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Since 2004, ej4 has been a leading provider of online video training solutions that help to positively change behaviors with highly targeted communications and learning content that is both cost-effective and delivered in an engaging way so employees not only learn, but also achieve measurable results for their company. Headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, they were recent winners of two Best of eLearning! awards for both “Best Sales Training” and “Best Soft Skills Content.” For more information, please visit http://www.ej4.com.