How to Onboard New Employees Faster with Game-Based Training

It takes time for new hires to become productive.

In fact, some research shows it can take up to 2 years before a new hire is as productive as the person they’re replacing. 

Sounds expensive right? 

To get new employees productive, you need to teach the right information, give them the skills they need to do their jobs, and build their confidence.

How can you accomplish those things quickly? Simple. With game-based training.

In our new report, How to Onboard Employees Faster with Game-Based Training, you’ll learn best practices for speeding up your onboarding process and make training for new hires fun using a game-based approach.

Learn how to: 

  • Build foundational knowledge faster with game-based training

  • Build confidence using technology

  • Develop soft-skills

  • Encourage application of training to day-to-day work

Click here to download the report.

 

SNEAK PEAK! Chapter One: How Game-Based Training Speeds Up Onboarding

Game-based training is a great way to teach basic information new employees need to know. From product knowledge, to safety protocols, to information security procedures, game-based training makes it easier, faster, and more enjoyable to learn new information.

Here’s how it works.

Game-based training takes your existing training content and transforms it into a game, so employees learn as they play. This not only makes learning more fun, it helps employees learn more.

That’s because game-based training uses proven principles from cognitive psychology (like practice testing, distributed practice, and interleaved practice) to help employees learn, remember, and apply more information than traditional classroom training or LMS courses.

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