Shifting trends in a post-pandemic workplace

Learning and development initiatives continue to gravitate online – a trend that existed before the coronavirus pandemic and one that has only accelerated since companies have had to quickly shift all in-person interactions, including in-person learning, into virtual formats.

But that is not the only way that L&D programs must adapt to a post-coronavirus world: Their very structure and content must also shift to fit workers’ evolving needs.

Remote workplaces as a standard

The pandemic is likely to have long-lasting changes in workplace culture, including more widespread openness to remote work. McKinsey found that 80% of people say they enjoy working from home and 69% believe they are as productive as they were in the office or more so. According to Gallup, 52% of managers say they plan to allow their employees to work from home more often now that they have seen it in action.

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