Your company spent big on training and development, but is it working?

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The Great Resignation has boosted employee training and development programs from “nice to have” to “critical.” Training has been christened the “new corporate profit center” by Forbes for its potential to improve employee retention and productivity, and investors are pouring money into upskilling tech to meet the demand.

But all that investment risks falling flat if employers can’t see results. Throwing employees into online courses and hoping the learning sticks isn’t an effective use of training and development dollars.

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Companies should be leveraging a range of tools and practices to measure the impact of training as closely

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