Employees need development and growth. It’s a constant driver of engagement, and in many studies, skill growth shows up in the top slot for predicting someone’s retention with their company. In our own reskilling research, we’ve found that seven out of 10 employees have left a job because of a lack of development options, yet 95% of them would have stayed if they had seen some sort of tangible skill growth ahead.
Not only that, but this year we’ve heard from dozens of employers that are trying to rapidly shift their longstanding physical, instructor-led training to virtual asynchronous training. It’s not as easy as filming an instructor and putting that on the internet–not if you want real learning to occur, anyway.
On November 17th, I’ll be joining Sue Krause from EdAssist on a webinar to talk about how workforce learning is changing and what employers need to know for the coming year. Sue is incredible and talented, and I am honored to share the virtual stage with her.
You can register here. We’ll explore how learning is now seen as a powerful employee benefit, especially for companies with a remote workforce. We’ll also talk about culture priorities like equity and
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