During August 2020, Acacia Learning reached out to HR (61%) and L&D (39%) professionals to gain insights on how Learning and Development requirements may change and evolve as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our survey findings reflect SME’s (49%) and larger organisations (53%) across a broad range of industries in the UK (72%) and Saudi Arabia (22%).
We asked mid-level managers (62%), entry-level (21%) and board-level/senior directors (14%) to understand if individual attitudes have changed between classroom and online delivery training modes as a result of Coronavirus.
We also asked participants about their organisations L&D strategy and 2021 budget, to gain insights on the most important considersations for L&D routes, and the future balance between in-person and online learning for employees.
HERE IS A SUMMARY INFOGRAPHIC OF OUR SURVEY RESULTS AND L&D TRENDS.