How Learning in the Flow of Work Can Help Remote Workers

How much time for training do your workers really have?

Two years ago, according to LinkedIn’s annual workforce learning report managers’ biggest training challenge was that employees weren’t making time for learning. This had been an evergreen problem — in 2015, research from Bersin by Deloitte found the average worker only has 24 minutes a week for formal learning.

Now that many workers are working from home, they may have even less time. At home, workers may be distracted by the needs of their family members, their pets, or even by surroundings that aren’t conducive to work. They may not be able to set aside a specific amount of time for training.

One way to solve this problem is by introducing learning into the flow of work.

What is learning in the flow of work?

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