When employees are onboarded with consistency and reinforcement techniques like retrieval practice, companies see a 27% faster time to productivity and their new hires see a 61% higher retention of information during the first 30-days after initial onboarding.
“No one likes training when they start a new job. Trivie is a game it makes it more fun!”
A fun way to start new hire training while developing a knowledge baseline.
Trivie used for
Onboarding new hire information
The brain does not learn like we think it does, and it just isn't designed to retain information in bulk. Yet, small learning events spaced out over time, forgetting, and then re-remembering strengthens knowledge into durable memory.
“Most companies do a very good job at training, but the right method of training is needed to transfer on the job. Retrieval practice via quizzes, spaced out in time helps to consolidate knowledge and keep it on the employees’ “mental fingertips”so it is easy to access when needed. My 25 years of research on retrieval practice has shown that this type of quizzing helps fortify the long-term retention of information, making training(and teaching) much more effective. Trivie employs a digital version of this successful learning method in a simple to use trivia game.”
Henry L. Roediger III
PhD., Washington University - James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences