The Importance Of Training & Development Programs For Distributed Workforce

When 23-year-old Rita Nair joined ABC Ltd, an accounting firm, as a junior sales rep, she was excited and self-motivated to learn the ropes of the game. Six months passed, with no on-the-job training or guidance, Nair’s productivity soon began to dim.

There was no sense of direction in her work. She still wasn’t acquainted with the industry norms and the company’s initiatives. Soon after, Nair quit her job.

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Reaching The Last Mile In The Organization With Microlearning

According to a report by, over 1/4th of employees quit their job because they lack a proper understanding of what their job profile entails and how the job needs to be done. The same survey included complaints of employees who said they didn’t receive any kind of on-the-job training – which forms an essential aspect of distributed workforce.

On the other hand, companies who have an established process to train their employees on a continuous basis have seen an increase in 26% more revenue per employee.

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