Employees want better training experiences today. One of the biggest expectations is customization. Younger talent is searching for opportunities to expand their skill set and develop their careers. They want more than the basic onboarding and introduction many workers receive when they start working for a company.
One way to help make this happen is to develop role-specific employee training. This includes curriculum or learning paths that are tailored to the needs of a job. It’s a good way to ensure that all workers in that role have the same level of knowledge. It also gives employees a better understanding of what they need to do to move into a job role.
Employees who can work towards a role they want or hone their skills in their current role will feel more driven. They will be more confident and capable with a stronger sense of purpose. The Harvard Business Review posted that “Research has found correlations between purpose and earnings, engagement, and loyalty.”