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Many employees enjoy the improved work-life balance that working from home affords. However, to keep employees engaged and up to date on new organizational processes as well as to onboard new hires, employers must offer high-quality training. Kat Boogaard shares some best practices for making online training engaging and effective.

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Kat Boogaard is a writer specializing in career, self-development and productivity topics. 


Online training for remote employees must enable learners to study at their own pace and in a way that suits their individual learning styles.

Forget one-size-fits-all formats for online learning sessions. Instead, tailor educational programs to each employee’s needs and learning styles. As you don’t interact with employees in person, be proactive about getting to know their learning preferences, the skills they want to develop and the way they like to ...

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