How an LMS Can Give Your Business a Competitive Edge in 2021

2020 was a tough year for businesses throughout many industries due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Hardships force businesses to adapt, and a major change that came about last year was the increased usage of remote work. In fact, remote work increased by 125 percent in 2020.1 Other changes that affected businesses include a dip in productivity (there was a 7.2 percent drop in productivity after March 2020 in the U.S.2) and smaller workforces due to staff cutbacks. Many companies are still reeling from these changes and taking steps to get back on their feet.

While 2021 will surely present its own set of roadblocks and changes, it also brings with it new opportunities. If businesses take advantage of these opportunities using a learning management system (LMS), they can reap benefits such as increased rates of employee retention, improved remote training, and a larger overall staff base.

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