FORTUNE — The problem with corporate training is obvious: Almost nobody pays attention. It’s not uncommon for employees to brag about coasting through sessions while doing something else at the same time. Worse, important policies and security procedures are typically presented once during a new worker’s training and seldom significantly revisited. In a workplace where manual labor is involved, that can mean serious injury or worse.
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