Employee training is expensive and, often, the return on investment (ROI) doesn’t exist. The Association for Talent Development (ATD) estimates that companies spent an average of $1,273 per year per employee on training. However, without “practical follow-up or meaningful assessments,” learners lose 90% of the skills they learn in those training programs. That’s a lot of money to throw out the window. Gamified training engages learners, increases attention, improves confidence and, ultimately, drives success.
Here are 10 ways incorporating employee training games into your learning and development can save you money and increase your ROI. Games: