This past August, Ultimate Software partnered with The Center for Generational Kinetics and surveyed more than 1,000 American workers across generations and industries about key factors influencing employee satisfaction and engagement at work.
Among the notable findings, the survey revealed that 73 percent of employees think the opportunity for professional development is necessary to feel satisfied at work. Today’s professionals want to continue learning, and they expect full support in their quest for knowledge.
For organizations, that means thinking beyond basic job training. It means offering employees flexible opportunities for learning, such as consumable, on-demand courses that can be completed from mobile devices, as well as technology that facilitates collaborative learning practices and communities.
By providing a person-centric approach to learning, organizations stand to not only develop their people, but also grow their business.
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