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E-Learning Versus Classroom Training: Which is Right for Your Company?

You've decided to offer learning opportunities for your employees--congratulations! Research shows that employees who are offered opportunities to learn and advance their skills have higher productivity, better engagement and take more ownership in their performance.

But when it comes to training, what is the best method? Classroom-based training is probably the most familiar to many of us, who grew up learning in a classroom. But e-learning uses the latest technology to share knowledge and training.

What type of training is best for your organization?

Each method offers its own benefits for employers and employees. Ultimately, though, the choice depends on your organization and employees.

To help you determine the best plan for your business, this month's Great Idea includes a list of pros and cons for both classroom-based and e-learning opportunities.

Hi Todd,

I hope you enjoy this month's issue of Great Ideas.

Let me know if you'd like ideas for implementing a training plan in your organization.


Travis Powell
Essential Personnel
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