At the webinar, experts from the company will discuss why on-demand, contextual learning is one of the most effective ways to upskill and reskill frontline employees. Their experience comes from creating learning and development (L&D) technology for workforces at companies like Walmart, Chick-fil-A, and Sam’s Club.
Only one in five employees has the skills they need for their future careers, and 70% say they haven’t even mastered the skills they need for their jobs today, according to a recent Gartner report. That’s why now, more than ever, organizations need to prioritize L&D efforts. And HR needs to lead the charge in creating technology to achieve their goals.
Webinar attendees will leave with tangible best practices to create effective, future-proof L&D tech for frontline employees.
Speakers include Tabitha McFadden, VP of people ops, Joe Saumweber, co-founder, and Tiernan McGrath, product owner at RevUnit.
Tabitha heads up People Operations at RevUnit. She has scaled the unique RevUnit culture and developed programs to support the growth of high-performing teams. Her work has earned the company national recognition, including Entrepreneur’s “Top Company Culture.”
Joe is the co-founder of RevUnit and an expert in enterprise product development. He’s spent the last seven years working alongside Fortune 500 partners to design, build, and launch digital products used by millions of front-line associates each day all over the globe.
As a product owner at RevUnit, Tiernan has helped guide products to successful launches for Chick-fil-A and Walmart. He shapes products that help modernize business processes, reduce third-party software costs, and improve the work life of employees at some of the largest companies in the world.
All registrants will receive a video download of the webinar after March 5. You can register to attend here: https://revunit.zoom.us/webinar/register/4315828221940/WN_nsmCGDciSjOYpQsHm7bTOA.
RevUnit is a strategic product studio that helps the world’s most influential companies transform from the inside out. Its focus is on creating workforce technology to unlock people inside the enterprise to be more efficient, knowledgeable, and engaged in their work. They’ve worked with companies like Walmart, Unigroup, and H-E-B.