Easy, quick and cheap way to get staff up to speed
dblacharski 2 years ago
Our workforce has a widely varied level of technical expertise. I'd like for everyone to at least have the same basic level of competency on office productivity software (Word, Excel, etc.), without having to deal with off-site classes. What is your experience with online, on-demand learning sites, and can you recommend a good one?
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