For most organizations, the onboarding phase of an employee’s tenure is make-or-break — for the employee and the company. Trying to increase knowledge retention and employee engagement while shortening the time it takes to get people up and running can be a daunting challenge. Despite substantial investments in time and money, many onboarding programs are ineffective at helping new employees retain key information and motivating them to be engaged with the organization.
Even before the pandemic, organizations explored the importance of delivering smaller, more continuous learning experiences to their workforce. Now that a remote workforce is the norm and in-person classes are on hold for the foreseeable future, it has become even more important to find new digital solutions.
The coronavirus pandemic hits employers in multiple ways and Brandon Hall Group research addresses the critical issues through a data-rich report that shows changing trends, plus a pair of webinars examining how inclusion and learning agility can make a big difference.