Since the COVID-19 pandemic upended business operations, I’ve been hearing from employers across the country who are concerned about ensuring that their learning and development operations continue.
Many had plans for in-person learning programs, but had to quickly adjust to the new world of virtual learning since millions of people are working from home and aren’t traveling. Businesses are also aware that workers are having a difficult time as they try to balance family responsibilities with getting their jobs done. Managers question how to make time in workers’ schedules for reskilling and upskilling.
A survey of corporate