5 Popular Employee Training Methods For Workplace Training

| December 27, 2018

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Effective training is never approached as a one-size-fits-all method. But with all of the options available, identifying and selecting the best training method for your employees can be overwhelming. So, we’ve put together a simple guide to help you find the perfect training method for your needs.In the era of larger talent gaps and intelligent technologies, the need for training and development has never been so important before. Skills are short-lived and companies are feeling the squeeze. This is probably why companies have finally turned their full attention to ongoing training for employees, investing as much as $87.6 billion into training in 2018 [1].Disappointingly, though, only 34% of these companies feel that training is effective. So, as the industry continues to evolve, it’s critical that Learning and Development professionals know how to make their programs as effective as possible. The first step is choosing the right training methods for employees.

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