Traditional induction method = low retention & high cost
Inductions have traditionally been delivered via paper-based checklists, powerpoints or online videos. These have little engagement and interaction, are often broad-based and somewhat monotonous resulting in poor knowledge retention.
This increases the risk of employees and contractors retaining instructions incorrectly, and putting themselves and others at increased risk.
Research demonstrates that more visual and interactive inductions and training can improve knowledge transfer and retention by almost 100%.