Companies spend, on average, $986 per employee per year on training (including training, materials, time away from their jobs, etc.). Yet, many companies don’t implement any training reinforcement process to make sure employees actually remember the training. Behavior change happens when employees remember what they were taught.
When people finish a training event, they are at the highest level of retention. Our analytics report that number to be 74.3%. However, when Trivie is utilized just a few times a month that retention score elevates to 90.1%, or a 21.2% knowledge gain.
Research shows that people forget up to 80% of the new information they have learned in 30 days or less. This shows a fundamental paradox with training - you have to do it, yet it doesn’t really work.
So what’s the risk if employees don’t remember what they are supposed to? Do safety issues increase? Does corporate messaging get diluted? What about compliance laws being violated? Do sales suffer? The answer is - all of the above.
Not with Trivie.