HR Compliance

Five Ways to Build a Collaborative Knowledge Culture

Get more from employee training dollars with a collaborative learning transfer system everyone can leverage for growth and performance improvements.
— By Sharon Ross

Annually, Canadian employers are spending an average of $889 per worker to train their staff. Employees spend 32 hours a year doing the trainings, up nearly 30 percent over the last decade, according to the Conference Board of Canada.

Unfortunately, most of that training is staying locked inside individual heads rather than being shared across the organization. Less than 20 percent of training makes its way back into the workforce, giving employers a very poor return on their time and financial investments.

It is possible to improve on those dire numbers and spread key training insights to more workers, boosting growth, performance, and the corporate bottom line. The key is that companies will need to do the work themselves. As Aura Interactive notes, 90 percent of trai...

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