Adding to yesterday’s post, here are a few more strategic partnerships you’ll want to form for your L&D department in 2018 and beyond.
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Yesterday’s post covered some best practices for hiring seasonal workers. Today’s post will cover best practices for training and retaining seasonal workers. Keep reading to learn more.
Here are some more of the basics regarding what you need to know when creating a virtual training course, even if you have minimal technical skills, continued from yesterday’s post.
Did you know that by 2015, less than half of all learning was instructor-led in a classroom without a virtual learning component? So, like it or not, training is moving in a more virtual direction.
Continued from yesterday’s post, here are the remaining six tech trends for training and learning and development (L&D) you’ll want to know about.
According to research gathered by Ambient Insight, the U.S. mobile learning market will reach $2.1 billion next year, and global mobile learning revenues will reach $14.5 billion. And this will most likely be due to the number of people joining the mobile workforce, which is expected to double or even triple in size in 2018 […]
Implementing Artificial Intelligence (AI) is about much more than finding a better and more efficient way to deliver the most relevant learning content to your learners at all times. If implemented properly, AI should also deliver engaging and lasting learning experiences for your learners that will keep them more engaged and productive at work.
Over a quarter of the American workforce works remotely at least some of the time. And around half of individuals in the American workforce have a job that is compatible with remote work, while between 80% and 90% claim they would like to work remotely at least part-time.1 To adapt to this upward trend in […]
While instructor-led and in-classroom training sessions are still more common than online learning methods, they have dropped from 47% to 41% in the past 3 years. And this downward trend is expected to continue because of the rising popularity of adaptive learning.1 L&D development professionals are now actively seeking ways to incorporate adaptive learning into […]