The Best and Worst Trends of On-the-Job Training

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Forty-eight percent said that training occurs too infrequently, and 45 percent indicated that training content is inconsistent. Boring and outdated material was reported by 25 percent. Twenty-two percent said training was inconvenient, and 12 percent said that materials are hard to access.

ON24, a global leader in webcasting and virtual communication solutions, has conducted a comprehensive employee survey on the best and worst of on-the-job training. Five hundred people participated in the survey and gave the following enlightening answers.

 

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