How To Tailor Your LMS For Remote Workers

Working remotely is becoming more popular in Australia and according to a recent study, 70% of Australians work remotely each week. As much as 50% of them work remotely for at least half the week, while more than two-thirds work outside the office at least once a week.

Damien Sheehan, head of IWG Australia and New Zealand, attributes this trend to globalization and technological advancement. “Businesses are waking up to the strategic and financial benefits that flexible office space can provide,” Sheehan explains. Among other things, remote work “reduces commuting time, but enhances productivity, staff retention, job satisfaction, and even creativity.”

Given the popularity of working remotely, businesses that offer it must be able to offer a Learning Management System (LMS) appropriate to a remote workforce. As explained previously, an LMS optimizes training-related resources via a single eLearning resource. According to the Hudson Institute, this “reduces the average time spent training by 40%.” 

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