Social Learning Networks Could Keep New Parents In The Loop

Recent research from the equality and human rights commission (EHRC) shows that some pregnant women experience workplace discrimination while on maternity leave - often in the form of too little contact with their employers - leaving the women feeling isolated and out-of-touch with the workplace they are re-entering.

There are KIT (keeping in touch) days that can be arranged, but often those can become a burden for the employer and the employee on maternity leave to arrange and to ensure they are thorough. This is where a form of learning technology can shine in an unexpected way. 

Social learning networks are nothing new - but the implementation within corporate still has some sophisticating to do.  The social platforms are known to increase productivity, enhance knowledge management, improve HR management, and reduce costs, but what is so shockingly often left out of the list is how it can enrich communication.

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