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While mergers and acquisitions seem to have slowed down in April, there was still substantial activity in the training market in January, February and March.
By transporting remote employees into a simulated, realistic environment, virtual reality (VR) can keep them connected — and learning — throughout the pandemic.
Most electrical accidents are preventable, but a single mistake can be fatal, and traditional videos and textbooks are not enough to prepare workers.
Emphasize the long-term benefits of virtual reality training to your organization to gain the attention and buy-in that you need.
By shifting their approach, business leaders can make a difference and put their organization’s diversity and inclusion efforts on the right track.
As the modern learning ecosystem continues to evolve, the many different technologies, tools and strategies available to engage the modern learner have grown exponentially.
By advancing disability inclusion, improving the remote work experience and making learning more accessible, robots can drive inclusion in the workplace.
Forget everything you know about virtual meetings. Imagine being able to engage with others, from anywhere across the globe, just like you would if you were sitting across the room from them. New technologies can make this happen.
Working in the customer service field isn’t easy. It requires strong communication and persuasion skills, patience and empathy.