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Qualified candidates can be retrained using eLearning development

By March 22nd, 2012No Comments

One of the most interesting aspects of modern employment is the spontaneity of it. Many people switch careers, sometimes later in life. As such, companies should be prepared to offer training and instruction to talented and hard-working individuals. This makes custom software development an important component to any staffing and human resource department.

Over one quarter of all Americans are actively reconsidering their occupations due to a lack of career options, according to a study performed by Bellevue University. This sort of indecision isn't something that should be discouraged, because it gives companies some interesting opportunities to fill open positions.

For instance, a worker with a proven track record is likely to be the preferred choice for an available role. Recruiters may feel employees they already know can do the job well in many cases, which is why available eLearning development tools can help current employees be retrained for open roles.

It's also possible to have applicants undergo eLearning instruction if only some of their qualifications meet a position's standards. Someone with leadership experience might seem well-suited to a certain job, but her lack of tangible knowledge or particular products or services could concern employers. Rectify this situation with custom eLearning development techniques to complement the desired qualities with updated education.

Contact Christy Beiermann at or 309.670.7595 and ask for an eLearning demo today!