Investing in new recruitment software can be a daunting undertaking. There’s a lot at stake: time, energy and (of course) money. One of the most common fears in taking the leap to a new system is that it will lead to a decrease in ROI compared to the status quo.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the nation depended on frontline workers for their essential contributions to public safety and the economy in general. Today, however, organizations are currently facing significant challenges in both hiring and retaining frontline workers as well as in improving their productivity.
One-day workshops, meetings with expensive external consultants, traditional classroom-based courses—none of these delivers sustainable results. They all fail to take into consideration the need for personalized learning in employee learning and development (L&D).