Improving the productivity and safety of your workforce just got easier, with new literacy software that offers employees an affordable way to learn at their own pace. Visit https://www.familylearningcompany.com/corporate-benefits for more information about the corporate edition of the Family Learning Software.
Affordable Reading &
Writing Learning Software
For Employees | Literacy
It's difficult to get by in modern society without excellent
reading and writing skills, especially now that so much is
being done online.
Study after study has found that
improved literacy rates have benefits for
both the employees, and the employers,
but finding an affordable and effective
way to teach employees has been
difficult, until now.
Created as a children's aid program to help students make up for missed classes
during the pandemic, the Family Learning Software has been adapted and
optimized to help adults with poor reading skills improve their literacy.
Increasing the literacy skills of
employees has been shown to help
them communicate and work more
effectively as a team.
Poor literacy skills are thought to cost the USA approximately
$225 billion annually in lost productivity, extra training, and
While this problem cannot be fixed
entirely by a single software solution, a
recently completed study followed three
different companies who elected to
provide their staff with extra literacy
training, to find their ROI.
The average ROI between the three companies was 128%, though the
study was conducted using a different set of learning tools than those
offered by The Family Learning Company.
While traditional solutions may cost
hundreds or thousands of dollars per
employee, the Family Learning
Software is available for $80 per
The new corporate edition of the Family Learning Company literacy
software can help to improve employee retention rates, increase
job satisfaction, and lower employee stress levels.
The Family Learning Company’s
clients include non-profit
corporations, prisons, and
The learning software is not available as a subscription, as part of the company’s plan to
keep the program affordable. You can either purchase the entire product outright or in
smaller “learning blocks” until you have unlocked the complete set.
Low literacy rates have been