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Fewer workers getting trained: Learner Survey

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There's been a significant rise in the number of workers who didn't receive any training in the last year, up from one in six to one in four, according to the 2021 Learner Survey from Kallidus.

 

The latest annual Learner Survey from Kallidus shows a significant rise in the number of workers who didn't receive any training in the last year, up from one in six to one in four. And it found that fifty percent could not access the learning they needed. Harry Chapman-Walker joins Learning News to discuss the findings.

Other headlines from Kallidus’ 2021 Learner Survey include: One third said they did not get the learning they need to progress their career; One in four said they got less support from their manager for learning, which was also reported as the number one L&D challenge in Mind Tools for Business’ report last week; And the survey identified an increase in employees taking control of their own learning and reports that two out five people will look for a new job in the next twelve months. 

Watch Harry Chapman-Walker in discussion with Learning News editor Rob Clarke.

The Learner Survey 2021 is available to download from Kallidus' website.

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