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Struggling to retain millennial talent?
If so, you’re not alone. In fact, 60% of millennials leave their company in less than three years. As millennials continue to surpass GenXers as the largest generation in the U.S. workforce, and retail companies start moving towards a multi-channel experience, it’s more important than ever to figure out how to keep them motivated, s well as engage and retain them.
The good news is that learning and development programs are perfectly suited to provide the seamless end-to-end experience millennials demand; the key to solving this costly turnover program.
Download this white paper to learn:
  • 5 key values millennials look for in an employer
  • 15 actionable tips and ideas your learning and development organization use to engage and inspire the best and brightest millennial talent
  • Why the millennial takeover is the perfect time for learning and development organizations to step up and become a retention-driving powerhouse

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The Art & Science

of Learning That Sticks

Microlearning for Transformation, 

Not Information Transfer

How to improve employee performance and drive business results with microlearning

Join Alex Khurgin, Grovo's Director of Learning Innovation, as he dives into the science behind the 5-step Grovo method and equips you to create meaningful change in your organization.

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Set a microlearning strategy

In this eBook you'll learn how to:

Launch microlearning campaigns

Create microlearning content

Set a business-savvy microlearning strategy that’s expressly built for behavioral change

Launch microlearning campaigns that capture attention and make learning stick

Create 5-minute bursts of effective micro content that resonates with today’s employees

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of talent professionals expect their organization's use of microlearning to increase in the next year.

ATD Research

“Just How Micro is Microlearning?” ATD Learning Technologies Blog, 23 March 2017

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