While learning in the workplace used to be done in a very standardized way, the pandemic certainly has changed things. Now that many more people are working remotely, things are changing for learning too.
How will things change in a post-pandemic world?
As of a year or so ago, the world changed. Many of us were unable to work in our usual workplaces and offices. Some of us could work remotely and then some of us just were unable to work at all.
Whereas things then started to change and then most of us began to work remotely as standard. Because of this, many leaders are starting to believe that remote working, and learning as a result of that, can be of a benefit.
Benefits Of Distance Learning
Of course, there are always going to be benefits of distance learning for both businesses and employees.
It’s cost-effective compared to in-person training
It’s more accessible as you don’t have to be based in a specific location
The experience can seem more democratized
It’s a more flexible offering
However, there can also be a lack of socialisation this way, along with remote learning. So it could be important to blend both options.
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