Employer News: Addressing the top 5 pain points faced by L&D leaders
Research shows that 94% of employees would stay longer at their current organisation if offered learning and development opportunities.
Add to this that 35% of Millennials and Gen Z view training and development, including mentoring, as top employer benefits, and then there’s a clear appetite for employees to develop and progress in their careers. So how can organisations proactively respond?
Establishing effective learning programmes that deliver at scale for all can offer complex challenges to L&D leaders. But this is where the magic of technology comes in. Emma Hicks, Connectr’s Interim COO, explores further in this article published in Employer News.