Research: The state of L&D in 2022

The pandemic has crept into its third year, and the end is still not in sight.

Its toll on the workplace is high. The skills gap is deepening, quit rates are spiraling out of control, and stress and burnout are ravaging the workforce.

To respond to these challenges, leaders have turned to learning and development (L&D) teams, giving them a seat at the C-suite table for the first time. L&D has become one of the key catalysts in smoothing the shift from an in-person to a digital-first work setting.

Data from the new TalentLMS and SHRM research indicates that companies will invest more in L&D this year.

TalentLMS and the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) partnered to take the pulse of L&D in 2022  from two different perspectives: employees and employers. Two separate surveys examined:

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