The heartbeat of the organization and its biggest differentiator. They’re the individual contributors of today and the managers of tomorrow. They’re now dominated by a millennial generation eager to learn and contribute.
Employees value career development more than ever before
It's a fact—employees want to learn, but don't feel they have the time.
Manager involvement is a critical ingredient to increase employee engagement with learning
Managers account for at least 70% of employee engagement scores—they can actually negate the positives of learning and development programs.* Our data shows that employees are more likely to engage with learning when managers are involved.
Increase employee engagement by providing the learning experiences they want — when and where they want them.
"Millennials fundamentally think about jobs as opportunities to learn and grow. Their strong desire for development is, perhaps, the greatest differentiator between them and all other generations in the workplace."
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