Florida Default Law Group Renews Partnership

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<p><strong>Sunrise, Fla. &mdash; June 27</strong><br />Learn.com, a provider of on-demand workforce development and productivity, has announced that the Florida Default Law Group, a full-service real estate law firm, has renewed its partnership with the company based on its training and development success with its LearnCenter platform, a talent management suite. &nbsp;<br /><br />&ldquo;Our firm has expanded substantially over the past year, and our workforce is no longer centralized in one location. This rapid growth and decentralization was the driving force behind our desire to bring our training online,&quot; said Jan Duke, Florida Default Law Group firm administrator. &quot;The LearnCenter platform allowed us to reach our employee development and knowledge transfer goals and objectives by allowing us to quickly build customized courses unique to our industry and practice. We have been very happy with the performance of the LearnCenter platform primarily due to the ease of use and scalability.</p><p>&ldquo;Going forward, for newly hired employees, our management team will implement learning plans and place our people on a career track to optimize their development. We will utilize the LearnCenter platform&rsquo;s robust performance and talent management functionality by tracking and managing skill gaps and competencies and we will create customized sub-LearnCenters to deploy training for our business partners.&rdquo; </p>

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