Improving Employee Retention with Learning Management System

September 3, 2018 / GuidesFor Team

This article curiously titled “The Story on Learning Management System” talks about how human resource management began as a sub-organization designed for improving the productivity of employees.   According to this article by Forbes, it is a myth that employees today leave companies earlier with the average employee staying 4.6 years in a company higher than the 1983 average of 3.5 years. The myth is propagated by the lack of “lifelong company man” phenomenon among the current generation. This article talks about achieving employee retention by fostering a culture of the “learning employee.” Using Human Resource with its core competency and Learning Management System as the vehicle to achieve this result.
– Miyagi Kazuki

Read the source article at People Matters

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