How do you attract and retain top talent?
To eliminate actively disengaged employees, companies are looking to re-strategize their employee engagement programs to attract and retain top talent. Take a look at these three ways you can leverage personalized learning to showcase your commitment to employee engagement
Make it Mobile
When you make your company’s learning material mobile-friendly, employees can easily access materials, complete necessary training, and schedule business meetings with their senior leaders – all on their own time.
Your Move – Game-based Learning Activities
Interactive learning games are a stimulating way to break up the workday and encourage employees to complete training modules. When people play games, they are likely to retain knowledge and complete tasks required to win. Additionally, throw in some friendly competition and incentives to improve employee morale.
Video Killed the Radio Star
Where do you look if you want to learn how to do something? A quick search on Google will provide countless results of results, and often the solution can be seen YouTube. The benefit of video training for business is twofold. First, videos are engaging, and they are cost-effective and time-efficient. Second, as a talent acquisition leader, you can create a tutorial that is inexpensive, upload it to YouTube for free and email it.
About the author:
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