Adapting learning strategies for employees across every career stage
How flexible and personalized learning can help attract and retain your employees
Companies often offer the same type of education to their employees regardless of who they are or how they consume content. Yet, there’s enough research to show that everything from demographics to socioeconomics to the environment can influence how a person learns.
Fortunately, most want to be upskilled, no matter their background, with a recent PwC survey finding that 77% of workers would be willing to learn new skills now—or completely retrain—to improve their future employability. They also recognize that if they don’t learn new ways of working, their jobs could disappear, with 53% of people saying automation will significantly change or make their job obsolete within the next ten years. That doesn’t mean they’re worried: 61% feel positive about the impact tech may have on their day-to-day work.