Over the last 5 years, companies across the world have displayed a renewed focus on Employee Learning & Development. While some believe productivity has declined and wages have become stagnant, L&D is emerging as a secret tool that can fix a lot of problems, while also directly improve employee engagement and performance. Gallup’s 2019 State of the Workplace report states that “There is someone at work who encourages my development” is one of the best survey questions that separates enthusiastic, high-performing workers from low-performing, miserable ones.”
The time for Learning and Development to take centrestage in corporate strategy has come. Here are some quick statistics to prove the same.