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Calculate LMS course completion

Use this formula to calculate the percentage of employees that completed your learning management system course.

How to calculate the number of completed LMS courses

With Rippling Formula Fields, you can calculate the percentage of employees that completed any one of your learning management system courses.

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Rippling HRIS

Rippling Learning Management

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Recipe overview

Learning Managements Systems (LMS) are a fast, easy, and cost-effective way to deliver training and content to your entire organization.

But no matter how efficient or inexpensive your system may be, if your employees aren’t actually completing your courses, then it may be time to rethink your approach.

With this Recipe, you’ll be able to calculate the percentage of your employees that complete a course on your LMS. Use it in your reports to view your LMS course completions across your entire curriculum. Or in a workflow to trigger an alert to your HR team if less than half of your employees have completed the course that is expiring in a week. 

Prefer a quarterly view of your course completion metrics? As with all our Formula Field Recipes, you can customize this template to fit your exact needs.

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About Rippling Learning Management

Rippling helps you deliver the right courses at exactly the right times with intelligent course assignments. Just set up your enrollment rules once, and Rippling takes care of the rest—from assigning courses to sending reminders and tracking progress.

About Rippling HRIS

Manage all your people operations from one powerful, intuitive system. From payroll to benefits, employee engagement to time tracking, Rippling's deep understanding of your employees and operations helps you automate away busy work. Finally, you can focus on the important stuff—your people.

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