How Learning Games Appeal to Your Changing Workforce

The world is changing all of the time. Technology is advancing, society is evolving and a whole new breed of employee is taking over the workforce. Generation Y is loosely defined as those people born in the 80s and 90s who are now inheriting the Earth. In fact, it’s thought that by 2020, millennials will represent at least 40% of the total working population.

This is a trend that cannot be ignored – especially when it comes to learning and development. The main challenge for L&D professionals is keeping their learners engaged.

With a community of learners that’s trending towards Generation Y, the big question on the lips of learning managers is ‘what do these millennials want?’

As the workforce gets younger, it’s no surprise (to us at least) that learning games are becoming more and more popular. The conclusion to draw from this is that millennials respond well to game-based learning initiatives, but what do learning games have that appeals so much to them?

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