How To Help Employees Make Time For Learning At Work

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If learning and development professionals were granted three wishes, they might ask for time, time, and more time. It’s one of the profession’s biggest pain points: finding the time for employees to learn.

And the time crunch isn’t something they’re imagining. Research shows that during the average 40-hour workweek, employees have only 24 minutes to learn. Deadlines and pressing work matters often bump learning time aside. But employees want to grow and develop on the job. They want more chances to learn. They want the skills needed to future-proof their careers.

Two types of workplace learning

As humans, we’re constantly

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