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3 resolutions to engage, keep employees in 2022

Sowmya Sudhindranath, Chief Services Officer, ETU

ETU's Chief Services Officer, Sowmya Sudhindranath, recently contributed an article to Training Industry that focused on how organizations can improve employee engagement and retention rates.

Businesses have long relied on training and employee development to deliver the loyalty and accountability they need to succeed. In this atmosphere, digital learning, immersive training, upskilling and reskilling have evolved.

Personalized, immersive learning and development (L&D) programs that deliver accountability and offer data analytics can empower the modern organization and lead institutions toward success in 2022. Sowmya proposes three New Year's resolutions that can help engage employees through upskilling and reskilling. 

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