Nearly 60% of all employees receive little to no workplace training and are forced to rely on themselves to learn the skills they need to efficiently do their jobs. Even when they are lucky enough to get training, workers are often taught information that they don't end up using in the actual workplace. Our current traditional ways of teaching employees isn't working and wastes time and money of both employees and employers. A small, one time, in person training event can cost thousands of dollars, not even including the time it takes to find other employees to cover for training days or renting equipment, facilities, or instructor time. Learning small amounts at a time, instead of dumping a massive amount of information all at once, encourages actual learning of skills that employees will use in the real world. Small questionnaires and messages regularly create mental pathways that only take a few minutes each day.
Learn more about how microlearning is accessible to anyone, while costing less and letting employees retain the information they actually need here.
Infographic by: arist