Everyone wants the best on the market when it comes to employees, that's why headhunting companies are still in business and HR professionals spend so much time organizing multi-stage interviews and pre-employment tests. But even if the best selection method is applied, probably they won't find professionals that are tailor-made for the company's needs. No matter how good prospects are, they will need to learn about the company, about its culture, and they will need to develop their current knowledge in order to adapt it to the needs of their new organization. New employees aren't the only ones who need learning. In the dynamic environment in which we are living, all of us will need to learn something new eventually, and learn it fast if we want to remain sharp and be the most valuable asset of our team.
Corporate learning is nothing new for most organizations, and many global players have already realized its advantages and have invested in improving their learning programs. Despite those growing efforts, many organizations are having a hard time convincing employees to utilize corporate learning. Organizations must realize that in the workplace, employees are their internal customers; employees buy in to the company mission and become advocates for the brand to attract more talent, and they are more engaged to gain more skills that will in turn make the company better. The feeling of the content being personalized is the key to learner engagement. The individual, their need for an individual learning experience, and their case-by-case provision of content pieces appear to be an impossible task at first, but AI is a great tool to help with this.
The training and development of your workforce is vital to the achievement of digital transformation success for businesses. And today, more and more businesses are leveraging e-learning to educate their employees. The advantages for businesses using online learning platforms as opposed to traditional training methods are bountiful. First, it lowers business costs since one training session can be delivered to multiple people. Second, topics can be broken down into bite-sized chunks, meaning that employees do not need to spend lengthy periods of time away from their desks.