Shorter employee attention spans are driving companies like Walmart and PayPal to rethink corporate training.

LADDER FALLS and truck accidents are no laughing matter on the job. But Walmart hopes to prevent them with the help of a game.

The mobile app, used by 80,000 of the retailing giant’s warehouse and logistics workers, features

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