5 Signs Your Learning Needs Have Outrun Your Learning Tech

There's no need to put up with poorly performing technology, especially as the workplace and the world of learning and development are experiencing rapid change. Here is a shortlist of indicators that your learning technology isn't up to the task.

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Remote Onboarding Process: A Step-By-Step Guide

In a world where more employees are demanding remote work, employers will need onboarding processes that can accommodate these demands while retaining a high-quality and efficient process. This article will help ensure you don’t miss any steps in the planning for such a program.

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The Future Of Work Is Hybrid: Defining Your Hybrid Working Strategy

The pandemic has had a huge impact on the way businesses operate today. In particular, it forced businesses to shift to remote work so that the health of employees was protected. Despite the fact that this decision seemed very controversial, it brought really amazing results.

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Maximize Your Team’s Potential: How Virtual Training Fuels Employee Development And Remote Engagement [eBook]

Virtual training is taking the world by storm, and for good reason. But how can you launch an online L&D program that gets employees actively involved and boosts remote engagement?

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Deskless Workers And Mobile Training: A TalentCards Survey

A TalentCards survey on deskless workers sheds light on mobile training and the employee experience. Deskless workers can sometimes feel disconnected or isolated. Check out the most significant survey insights to learn how mobile training can help employers address these issues.

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The Benefits Of Golfing As A Team-Building Activity For Remote Workers

A golf corporate outing can have numerous benefits for a business, its owner, and employees, especially in the case of remote workers. It helps co-workers build stronger relationships and learn to better work together while also offering them the perfect opportunity to de-stress and unwind.

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Is Remote Onboarding Here to Stay? How Orientation Looks Post-Pandemic

In the past, onboarding meant a lot of in-person training. At some companies, new hires would sit in a classroom for a week, learning policies, procedures, and other important information about their new job and the work they’d be doing. How does that work now, in the age of COVID-19? Onboarding can be a tricky process already; your new hires need to get up to speed quickly. But with many employees still working remotely, and some permanent remote hires, what does that mean for onboarding?

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