With over 35% of the U.S. workforce made up of contingent workers, the continuing rise of the gig economy and The Great Resignation at play, most companies are grappling with ongoing changes in a distributed workforce. It’s important now more than ever to consider how learning and development (L&D) strategies should adapt. U.S.-based insurance adjuster Pilot Catastrophe Services is familiar with adapting quickly when catastrophic events hit by deploying a contingent workforce of insurance adjusters to manage claims. When much of the world started to shift strategies and focus on eLearning because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Pilot was ahead of the game.
Join us for an interactive webinar, sponsored by Schoox, featuring a lively “fireside chat” discussion between Greg Stokes, the head of recruiting, media, communications and training at Pilot Catastrophe Services, and Matthew Brown, the chief people and culture officer at Schoox, as they dive into eLearning best practices and content development strategies for the distributed workforce.
This webinar will provide insights and tactical strategies on:
- Creating and delivering training content on day one that is focused, engaging and leads to the right performance outcomes.
- Ensuring positive employee experiences for distributed or temporary workers.
- Empowering business leaders to manage training needs for different units.
- Developing skills-aligned microlearning content so employees can focus on learning what they need to know to optimize their job performance.
- Selecting a learning management system (LMS) with the right technical flexibility to accommodate your organizational structure at any given moment.