Traditional ways of teaching employees what they need to know to do their jobs isn’t working. Many employees don’t even receive any training from their workplace and are entirely self-taught. Those who are lucky enough to receive training are often taught information that they don’t use and it leaves a huge number of employees unsatisfied. 74% of workers feel they could be achieving more but are held back by a lack of learning opportunities and 70% would consider leaving for a job that invests more in employee learning.
Instead of having a training day and dumping a massive amount of information at once that employees forget and don’t use, learning small amounts every day proves to be more effective. Small activities, questionnaires, and text messages take only 5 minutes a day and can be personalized to each employee, giving them the information they specifically need.
Learn more about how microlearning teaches employees what they need to know in the real workplace here.