Trends in Training 2020: New Methods for a COVID-19 World  

The rapid spread of COVID-19 has led to unprecedented business disruption around the world. It has also led to the erosion of the number one relied-upon method of training by employers: in-person presentations by staff. While many other methods are used, our research found that nearly three-quarters of employers rely on this approach to training.


Many organizations have been transitioning to digital training. That ability is increasingly being leveraged by companies around the world grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic and the need to have unprecedented numbers of staff working from home.

This means getting your digital training approach in sync with the needs of your organization and the abilities and attention span of your workers.


The “Trends in Training 2020: New Methods for a COVID-19 World” survey was launched in January 2020 and gathered the insight of 333 HR professionals about how their companies approach training their employees. While every organization is a little different, we can all benefit from the latest learning and development research. Download this free report of the survey results today!

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