With so many employees working from home, pretty much all usual day-to-day tasks have gone virtual to help facilitate business as usual and comply with constantly changing Government regulations. And for employers looking to upskill workers or continue workplace learning within this volatile period, virtual L&D is the way to go about it. Particularly at a time when people are feeling most isolated and demotivated, giving staff the opportunity to undertake some form of learning and development may help boost morale and spirits within the workforce, while allowing them to upskill simultaneously.
In this week’s podcast, HR Grapevine’s Online Editor, Sophie Parrott, sits down with myGrapevine’s Editor, Jade Burke, to share some tips for launching and implementing virtual L&D. The podcast delves into the ways that HR and L&D teams can work collaboratively to create an engaging L&D offering for employees who are working remotely. The pair speak to Glenn Grayson, who heads up engagement, communication and learning experiences at Missguided, as well as share examples of other L&D initiatives that have been posted on LinkedIn.
Listen on to find out more.