ENGLEWOOD, CO–(Marketwired – January 13, 2016) – PlayerLync, the industry leader in innovative, tablet-based collaboration solutions, today announced it is publishing a guide to help companies ready their training processes for the continued influx of millennial employees into the workplace. The e-book, Preparing for the Corporate Training Revolution in 2016 and Beyond, is available for free download at http://info.playerlync.com/preparing-for-the-corporate-training-revolution-in-2016-and-beyond.
A workplace revolution is occurring: Millennials now comprise the majority of American employees, and by 2025, they will make up 75 percent of the workforce. As this shift continues, companies will need to adjust and innovate their processes to reflect the priorities and attitudes this younger generation brings to the workplace. Corporate training is one area that businesses must adapt, and PlayerLync’s new e-book details what organizations can do to prepare for the revolution in progress. Among the guide’s features:
“The corporate training revolution poised for 2016 and beyond will dynamically change how organizations onboard, develop, and empower their employees,” says Bob Paulsen, CEO and co-founder of PlayerLync. “Companies that embrace this change will find themselves at an incredible advantage over ones that choose to maintain their status quos. Our new e-book details what businesses can do in advance of this revolution in order to maximize their training processes and, ultimately, productivity and profits.”
For additional information about this new e-book or PlayerLync, visit the company’s website at http://www.playerlync.com.
PlayerLync is the first tablet-based automatic video and document content delivery and control platform that enables timely, contextual collaboration among professional and collegiate sports teams, and among enterprise businesses with widespread workforces. PlayerLync allows organizations to push and pull rich multimedia content over any network to live locally on team tablets for native offline access. For more information, visit http://www.playerlync.com/