Training and education: E for education
Staff training and development is a necessary element of any industry, but its role within the legal profession is paramount. Be it professional skills development, keeping up to date with changing law and legislation, new employee induction or the infamous health and safety awareness, training can require huge amounts of investment, both in terms of time and financially. It is essential that employees are provided with the training necessary to perform their roles effectively and meet compliance requirements. But to ensure staff development is effective, and doesn't cost the earth, what measures need to be in place to make sure you're getting the most from your training spend? And what does the future of training in the legal profession hold in terms of learning methods and approaches?
Law firms are missing a trick by not investing enough into e-learning technologies, as opposed to traditional training methods. Tim Buff outlines the benefits
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