Though remote work has becoming increasingly popular, some industries are still required to work on-site, like the service industry. In response, employers will need to use other benefits, like training and career development, to attract and retain talent.
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.
Training and development plays a key role in arming frontline workers with the digital learning solutions they need, when they need them.
Axonify, a leader in frontline employee training, today announced the acquisition of Atlanta-based MLevel, a data-driven digital learning platform.
Going into 2021, it seems like hybrid models and digital workplaces are the way forward in a post-COVID world. Here are some trends to watch out for this year.