If your organization is like many in a recent study, you might struggle to answer that question. That’s because many organizations do not attempt to demonstrate a return on investment (ROI) for their ethics and compliance training program.
Yesterday’s Leadership Daily Advisor discussed a new view on making employer-sponsored financial wellness initiatives more impactful—the idea that financial courage may have a lot more to do with employees’ motivation than financial literacy. Today we offer four points to consider to help incorporate some courage-building and meaningful return-on-investment metrics within your financial wellbeing programs.
How satisfied are you with the success of your leadership development efforts? If you are like most participants in a recent survey, you might see a need for improvement.
Complimentary Webinar: Training ROI: Investing in Training Date: Thursday, February 09, 2017 Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Standard Time Training, the key to development, engagement, retention, and productivity and compliance. Developing employees’ abilities and knowledge on everything from compliance and job-related skills to leadership and communication is critical. But how valuable is training? We recently found […]
By Dr. Edward E. Hubbard There’s a fair amount of buzz around diversity measurement and analytics. Advances in software, newly-available data sources, and how-to manuals have made it easier gain access to diversity measures. Although interest in measuring the effects of diversity has been growing, the topic still challenges even the most sophisticated and progressive […]
Student loan debt weighs heavily on the collective American mind—with good reason. According to MarketWatch, the total outstanding student loan debt as of January 2016 was $1.2 trillion, exceeded only by mortgage debt. It also reports that about 70% of recipients of bachelor’s degrees graduate with debt.
Whether or not your company offers formal training, your employees are being trained on how to do their jobs. The problem is, they might not be learning to do their work the way you want it done.
A new study that examines the graduate earning returns for various college degrees will be good news for women. In fact, a study by Activia shows females experience a much better return on their investment than males.
By Michael D. Haberman The recent revelations of the nature of the workplace at Amazon have brought into focus both the good and the bad side of the way the world of work is changing. Amazon was both vilified and praised for many of the workplace practices and methods that are rapidly evolving and becoming […]
Trying to find market data for some jobs may seem a little like searching for a needle in a haystack—tedious, time-consuming, and marginally successful. Often, the problem isn’t that no data are available but in how we’re look for them, says BLR’s Senior Compensation Editor Sharon McKnight, CCP, SPHR.