Virtual learning has emerged as a cost-effective training, ongoing education and engagement tool for many businesses, limiting your need for printed materials, additional meetings and expensive onsite facilitators. It can also reduce a hidden budget drain and headache for business leaders: employee turnover.
With the cost of replacing a skilled employee reaching an estimated 1.5 to 2 times their annual salary, it’s no wonder this is a sore spot for businesses. Creating a readily accessible virtual learning system for your employees can prevent and counter those losses.
Below are three ways virtual learning systems help you retain employees while growing their skills and value to your organization over time:
Life was simple back in 2017 when you could walk into one of two Ricker’s convenience stores and order a burrito and beer. Eventually, the state cried “foul!” There was discussion about a “loop-hole” in the Indiana alcohol laws that Ricker’s had walked through.
How to solve this crisis? The answer from the General Assembly was to form a committee, and the Alcohol Code Revision Commission was born. Former State Senator Beverly Gard, appointed by Senate Pro Tem David Long, was named chair of the commission. Recently Speaker Brian Bosma replaced Gard with former State Representative Bill Davis. We hope that this change in leadership does not also signal a change in momentum for the commission.