Monday, October 29, 2012 - Toronto, ON
Toronto, Ontario, October 29, 2012 - BizLibrary, a leading employee training and development solutions provider for small and mid-sized companies, recently named Just Energy's employee training program as the 2012 Program of the Year. The award recognizes the successful development and implementation of Just Energy's integrated learning program.
A partner with BizLibrarysince 2007,Just Energyranked tops among 500+ clients for its strong collaboration to leverage technology and significantly alter the way the company delivers information and training to its staff. This included the migration of 85% of its training material to an online platform resulting in significant financial and environmental savings; convenient, remote access to courses, and the development of more customized content. Since 2007, employees across the Just Energy Group of companies have completed over 24,196 learning modules.
"We are thrilled to be the first employer in the province to be recognized by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities to allow certification for a Customer Service Apprenticeship program" said Richard Early, Just Energy's Vice President of Human Resources." "It is a program made available through our BizLibrary-enabled LMS (Learning Management System). With BizLibrary, we have added a depth and breadth of learning enablement that fulfills an important core value for us as an organization. We are committed to providing an empowering and supportive workplace that facilitates personal growth and development for every one of our employees."
"We are extremely pleased to recognize Just Energy for successfully implementing its integrated learning program," said Shannon Kluczny, Vice President of Client Services at BizLibrary. "While all three of our finalists deserved recognition for their achievements, we felt that Just Energy's outstanding success was a true demonstration of the rewards received when BizLibrary's training programs have been successfully implemented."
"Just Energy's success is a remarkable example of what BizLibrary's training can do for a company when implemented by hardworking individuals like Just Energy's employees," said Dean Pichee, BizLibrary President and CEO. "We have been incredibly lucky to work with Just Energy's training staff, and we are proud to share their stories of success."
About Just Energy
Established in 1997, Just Energy (NYSE:JE and TSX:JE) is primarily a competitive retailer of natural gas and electricity. With offices located across the United States, Canada and now the United Kingdom, Just Energy serves close to 2 million residential and commercial customers through a wide range of energy programs and home comfort services, including fixed-price or price-protected energy program contracts, the rental of water heaters, furnaces and air conditioners and the installation of solar panels. The Company's JustGreen® products provide consumers with the ability to help them reduce the environmental impact of their everyday energy use. Just Energy is the parent to Amigo Energy, Commerce Energy, Hudson Energy, Hudson Energy Solar, National Home Services, Momentis, Tara Energy and Terra Grain Fuels. Visit www.justenergy.com to learn more. Also, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
Founded in 1997, BizLibrary is the nation's leading provider of e-Learning and blended learning solutions and platforms for small and mid-sized organizations. Our comprehensive package of services, employee training and development products include thousands of industry-leading, off-the-shelf courses; a hosted learning management system; integrated authoring tool, and a dedicated team of service professionals that can customize, implement, and integrate our solutions to drive business results and ROI for our client partners. BizLibrary is the fully integrated, one-stop e-Learning solution for thousands of employees in thousands of partner organizations across North America.
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