Workplace training can be a challenge, both to administer and to benefit from. On average, employees are given just 24 minutes per week for learning, and many employees are left with no training at all. Even when training opportunities are given, there are often barriers to joining, like complexity, time, and engagement.
Many organizations use valuable resources creating courses that are simply ineffective, wasting time, money, and effort. This is where microlearning comes in. Microlearning is a new way of administering workplace training in a way that is effective and manageable. Learners are given bite-sized information throughout the day in the form of short questions or activities. These short-form training modules can easily fit into a busy schedule, boost engagement, and are more personalized to each employee.
Studies have shown that nearly 70% of generation Z workers want to work for companies that will support ongoing learning and help them build the skills needed to advance their career. With this new and advanced method of training, the possibilities are endless and improvement in the office is inevitable.
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