May and June are two of the busiest months for corporate training in the United States. Thus, professional trainers should use tools that provide cost-effective and valuable sessions.
“Training employees is essential in today’s business world, but travel difficulties and expenses incurred as a result are not,” said Tray Vedock, president of SKC, a communication solutions provider. “As a cost-effective training tool, videoconferencing reduces travel-related expenses and eliminates time that otherwise would be spent traveling. If scheduling conflicts keep trainers or employees from professional development opportunities, businesses can utilize videoconferencing to alleviate the need for multi-site training sessions.”
Additionally, videoconferencing enables businesses to reduce their carbon footprints by putting fewer workers on the road or in the air.
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