In today's business world, training is quickly moving away from outdated in-person classes to interactive and accessible online learning, so deskless employee training must also adapt that way.
For many companies, the deskless workforce is the backbone of their organization. Hourly shift workers have long kept the wheels of businesses turning, but the COVID-19 pandemic revealed to all of us just how important these workers are.
Continuing education for licensure today is irrelevant and lacks the skills training and knowledge transfer skilled professionals need to keep up in today's business world.
Finding new learning tools tailored to front-line workers can be a blind spot for many organizations. Simply put, front-line workers do not have the same learning and development (L&D) options available to them as desk-bound workers.
Connecteam, an all-in-one employee app that empowers organizations with non-desk employees to communicate, engage, and operate their teams, has announced the closing of a $37M funding round led by Insight Partners, OG tech, and Wix's leadership team.
Nudge, the leading digital communications solution for deskless employees, today announced that it has partnered with C.A. Short.
While it’s challenging to effectively train workers, communicate internally and keep engagement levels high in organizations of any structure, a distributed or remote work environment can make communication and engagement even more challenging.
Deskless workers are the lifeblood of businesses across nearly every industry. Despite making up 80% of the workforce and representing the final stop for smooth operation and customer satisfaction, the training needs of these workers are widely unmet.
Companies are continually faced with the challenge of empowering employees to develop the technical skills today’s business demands so they don’t have to re-staff. Data proves that employees prioritize L&D. Organizational leaders must do the same.