A CASE FOR CONTINUOUS LEARNING: CORPORATE TRAINING, ELEARNING DESIGNERS AND MILLENNIALS

 

Take a quick look around your office. Peer into the next cubicle, or walk into the cafeteria: You will realise that the demographics of your workplace have changed. Chances are you work with a millennial or are one yourself. Those born between 1980 and 2000 make up the single largest generation group in the world currently and are all set to dominate the workforce. By 2025, millennials will constitute 75% of the entire workforce and number over 50 million in the US alone.

This change has many implications. Employees today think about their careers differently and have a new set of expectations from organisations that hire them.

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