The sudden shift in the workplace dynamic has seen monumental changes in how we work, interact, and access training and development.
When the pandemic hit, entire workforces moved to a work from home situation practically overnight. For many businesses, full-time workers were now working part-time, and management had to try and find ways in which to engage with them. With newly implemented budget restrictions and employee travel halted, businesses looked to provide more training and development opportunities.
Organisations rely on eLearning solutions like a Learning Management Systems (LMS) to deliver required compliance, essential job training and career development courses during this new evolution of the working environment.
Let’s look at some of the key elements you should look at when considering an LMS for your organisation.