How to Tailor Training to a Hybrid Work Environment
March 1, 2021
About one year ago, employers of all shapes, sizes and industries rushed to remote work as they responded to a worsening pandemic.
Today, some of the most recognizable brands that sent workers home are allowing them to stay there — in some cases, permanently. Take streaming platform Spotify, whose workers will be able to choose whether they work from home, an office or both beginning this summer. Another high-profile technology firm, Google, opted for a less casual approach, granting “hybrid” scheduling privileges to a select few roles and reportedly restricting where such workers may live in relation to their assigned offices.
Before 2020, organizations didn’t have to give much thought to the nature of their sales-training programs. But suddenly, face-to-face training, events and workshops came to a halt in the wake of the pandemic.
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