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Tuesday, April 27, 2021

How To Train A Remote Workforce: A Digital Nomad’s View | Digital Nomad - Allwork.Space

  • More and more people are working remotely, which raises the question: who is responsible for training, and how do you do it remotely? 
  • Training and upskilling is often seen as a joint venture between employer and remote workers. 
  • In this article, digital nomad Andy Stofferis explains some of the tools and practices designed to assist remote workers’ training. 

If you’re a business owner and you have never worked with digital nomads, your time may be approaching – so you’d better get prepared! by Andy Stofferis, Digital Marketing & E-learning Consultant. 

Digital nomad Andy Stofferis explains some of the tools and practices designed to assist remote workers’ training.
Since the start of the pandemic many people have shifted to remote work. Studies suggest that by 2025 more than half of employees will work in a remote capacity. 

Of course as an employer you must have noticed many benefits from this remote work style both for yourself and for your employees. To name just a few: no need to rent an office, better staff productivity and performance, increased job satisfaction, strengthened team spirit among employees and many others...

It is clear that the first two challenges fall on employers’ shoulders. What about the training though? Whose responsibility is it?

On the one hand, employers believe remote employees should take it into their own hands to proactively upskill themselves. They also feel that workers attending training sessions miss out on work time, which may result in their failure to complete the project on time. Many employees today take responsibility to finance their own courses outside of work or seek opportunities to continually develop their skills and grow within their current positions. 

On the other hand, employers understand that the effective training of their employees can help reduce turnover and boost staff productivity. They believe that providing remote teams with learning opportunities is a great way to futureproof their own companies, and recognize that this approach encourages loyalty and better performance...

Let’s take a look at some tools for remote training: 

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Source: Allwork.Space