79% of employees would like to see a bigger focus on Learning and Development at work. As 85% currently struggle to access training in their workplace. And, only 16% of employees find learning offered in their work very effective.
New research published today by City & Guilds Group, the leading global skills organization. Which reveals that while employees around the world have a strong appetite for learning. Therefore, They are inhibited by a lack of accessible, appropriate and engaging training opportunities.
Learning & Development Research by City & Guilds
The study, conducted by City & Guilds Group business Kineo, which surveyed 6500 employees and 1300 employers. Across 13 markets – found that 79% of employees would like to see a bigger focus on training and people development in their workplace. With many failing to see a positive impact of learning and development (L&D) on either their career progression (39%), performance at work (29%) or understanding of their organization and sector (32%). So, It is clear current programs aren’t quite hitting the mark.
The research shows that access to training is a major obstacle. And, with 85% of employees saying they have experienced problems accessing L&D activity in their workplace. Respondents cited not having enough time to get into training as a significant barrier. Along with technical issues and design flaws.
For 59% of employees, the current training content they receive is not always considered exciting or engaging. So, Making it clear that content and delivery methods need a global overhaul. According to the study, employees are calling for a more curated and bespoke approach to training. And, listing more personalized (38%) and bitesize (26%) content. As well as a better blend of on. And, offline training (26%) – as key to more effectively equipping them with the skills for the future.
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