Lifelong Learning in the Workplace

 

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Steven Darien has been at the helm of The Cabot Advisory Group since 1996. Leading a team of respected HR experts, Steven Darien works with corporate and individual clients on employee training and management.

Employee training shouldn’t stop after the onboarding process is over. More than 66 percent of surveyed $100 million companies have cited skill gap reduction as one their urgent priorities over the next five years.

To compete in today’s workforce, businesses must promote lifelong learning within the workplace culture. When they provide opportunities for their employees to acquire new skills, companies are able to reduce costly turnover and keep their employees motivated and engaged.

Forward-thinking HR departments can help companies train their employees by implementing ongoing e-learning programs. With these training modules, employees can track and monitor their own progress, and employers can respond quickly to industry changes caused by new technologies.

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