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With the rise of teleworking, employee training processes have been encouraged.
One of the fundamental changes, following the period of confinement, has been the emergence of telecommuting (teleworking). Thousands of companies and workers around the world have been able to continue to develop their activity working from home with a computer, a wifi connection, a smartphone, a printing device and an email server.
In addition to the benefits that remote work has brought (cost reduction, higher productivity, ease of reconciliation, greater motivation and commitment, etc.), another aspect to highlight is that it has proved to be a great opportunity to promote corporate training processes in companies, due to the ease of access of staff, being connected daily for the development of the work itself.
This would not have been possible without the strong development of communications in recent years during which the supply of data has become very competitive and accessible to any company, even the smallest.
E-learning training is now more important than ever, because in times of pandemic, investing in employee training and offering them the opportunity to take refresher courses can be an effective way to keep them motivated and, at the same time, improve their productivity. This type of training represents, for the company itself and for the recipients of the training, an enormous number of advantages that would be difficult to achieve with traditional face-to-face training.
One might think that with the end of the pandemic there would be a return to traditional and miserly training. But this would be a mistake. Training brings greater productivity and skills to professionals and therefore to their companies.
Source: Asepeyo, Nubeprint