Are your workers getting the most out of your eLearning sessions?
According to the recent results of our new Learning in the Workplace Survey, not so much.
While workers for the most part seem receptive to training—a whopping 98% consider company-sponsored education important, three quarters say the virtual training sessions they participate in are not worth the time they lose from work.
One of the biggest hurdles appears to be engagement: 56% say sessions too often fail to captivate.
Despite this, nearly half of those surveyed estimate that at least 60% of training content can be directly applied to their daily jobs. And most workers claim to pay attention to their virtual sessions at least 80% of the time. (And even when they do tune out, you may be heartened to know that 42% do so to continue working.)