Solving The Knowledge Retention Challenge With HR Tech

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Editor's Note: How many phrases do you remember from Spanish class? “Hello my name is ... .” “Where is the library?”

Forgetting knowledge you haven't used in a long time is expected. But retaining and applying learning can be a challenge  even when the training is for work. Learning and development programs represent big investments, but poor knowledge retention causes many programs to fail. We asked Darlene Frederick, who leads customer experience for InsiderHub, to share her tips on how HR technology can reinforce learning and how to choose a platform that will work for you. 

 

 

Darlene Frederick

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Darlene Frederick is Vice President of Customer Experience at InsiderHub, where she works to ensure that InsiderHub's people, processes, and products fulfill the promise to bring business buyers and solution providers together.

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