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The benefits of workplace training stack up over time
Workplace training is key to creating and sustaining a continuous learning culture
Development opportunities are beneficial for both employees and an organisation as a whole. Employees feel valued and supported when provided with development opportunities. And for organisations, this can used as a value proposition for current employees and future potentials. It's also the best way to maintain a highly skilled workforce.
"Workplace training is key to creating and sustaining a continuous learning culture," said Blake Proberts (Co-Founder and Managing Director). "And a continuous learning culture is key to ongoing innovation, effective knowledge sharing and increased intellectual capital."
The benefits of workplace employee training function as more than just a list a positive effects. When ordered correctly, they support the entire organisational talent pipeline and individual career trajectory.
Workplace training benefits begin with improving productivity and increasing employee engagement. These lead to the development of a better company culture. With a better company culture comes higher retention rates and a boost to the bottom line.
For those who are uncertain about where to begin with implementing an L&D initiative, the Acorn experts explore six different forms of vocational education in their article. These include onboarding, compliance, leadership, technical skill, soft skill and product.
You can read the Acorn experts' full article about knowledge in the workplace on Acorn Labs: https://hubs.ly/
Pursuit Technology is one of Australia's fastest growing HR technology companies. Pursuit, via Acorn LMS, takes a different view to strategically enabling HR and L&D teams compared to traditional providers. Rather than focusing on analytics after learning experience, their products use workforce planning and capability frameworks prior to any learning. By linking to a company's strategy, Pursuit products can inform organisational capability gaps and suggest education, deliver this education, then measure the impact – proving business impact by the HR and L&D team in a quantifiable way.