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In this age of digital transformation, the global workforce has been continually evolving because of several factors. The L&D teams are facing a new slew of challenges managing these everyday changes. From ensuring content consistency to measuring the effectiveness and impact of employee training - there’s no doubt that the digital revolution has changed the landscape of employee development forever.

Organizations must manage their operations even while addressing difficulties such as attracting talent, training, and keeping the millennial workforce, which has become more important.

While organizations strive for fresh training to align new employee goals and performance with business goals, they must first analyze and identify skill gaps across individuals and teams, then develop and provide training to address those gaps. Businesses must recognize that new learners may gain critical business and leadership skills at their own pace.

Join us for this exclusive roundtable where we will have senior Industry leaders sharing their best insights on how an organization can benefit from fresher employee training, helping them cope up with the changing landscape of corporate learning, and the needs of the digital economy.

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Key Discussion Points

How can L&D play a role in supporting an organization's pursuit of attracting top talent.

Restructure freshers to focus on skill-first learning with innovative methods.

Explore how your employee onboarding process has a real financial impact on your organization.

Pros and Cons of internal training v/s outsourcing. Which works better.

How do you keep them motivated to learn and prepare themselves diligently?

Know-how onboarding helps retain new hiring what are your expectations from the onboarding strategy of freshers for a tangible business outcome.

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