We’ve all heard the saying “Money doesn’t buy happiness” but can this statement be true to the workplace and employee engagement? When thinking about job benefits, the first thing that comes to my mind is compensation or vacation time but is employee education and ongoing training, a new “must-have” employee benefit? A recent survey conducted
Making changes to education is no simple task. Deviations from traditional learning models are often met with resistance, while introducing new technologies or methods often rely on systemic change. Despite challenges, online learning is making tremendous progress when it comes to infiltrating all pillars of education, from corporate learning, to higher education, to K-12 schooling.
The flipped classroom has grown in popularity in the education space over the past decade – and for very good reason. At Learnkit, we’ve helped a number of our clients transition to a flipped (also known as blended learning) model for their employee training programs. As a result, they’ve reported experiencing a higher return on their training
The highest performing businesses are rooted in an engaged workforce, where employees are supported in their growth and development and provided the training they need to be successful. It seems simple, yet many companies are failing to provide their employees with foundational skills, knowledge and effective training to perform in their roles. This gap
I’ve never really been a creature of habit, but I’ve become accustomed to taking the same route to work every morning. It is about a 20-minute walk, and I go the exact same route, every day. The strange thing is, I take a different route on my walk home, which only takes me about 15