Category: Learning & Development

Employees are valuing career development more than ever—it’s a sign that the company is willing to invest in their future. How are businesses approaching training today? What are their pain points, and what topics are being addressed in training?

Managing the Human-Digital Workforce of the Future

Even before the pandemic, organizations of all sizes and across industries were embarking on digital transformation journeys. The pandemic shifted these journeys into high gear, especially as remote and hybrid work became (and continues to be) the norm. To be successful in today’s highly competitive and ever-evolving business environment, organizations are turning to automation to […]

Addressing Skills Gaps in a Competitive Employee Market

Virtually every team and organization has run across an opportunity or a challenge for which they have felt lacking in the skills department and either failed to take advantage of that opportunity or avoid the consequences of that risk. Sometimes these skills gaps are known well in advance—such as a healthcare organization preparing for the […]

parent

Remote Work Is Beneficial for Both Working Parents and Employers— Here’s How Companies Can Implement a Win-Win Remote Work Environment

Working parents, specifically working moms, are leaving their jobs at an astounding rate to take care of their families. And while the United States faces a 33-year low in female workforce participation today, this is not just a women’s issue; it’s an economic issue impacting every sector and industry. Businesses are losing $13 billion a […]

HR and Facility Professionals Share New Psychology of Clean for Workplace Experience

More than two years since the COVID-19 pandemic made Zoom calls a reality and daily commutes infrequent, employers are still juggling their return-to-work options among fully remote, fully in-person, hybrid, flex space, and shared space approaches. And now, it’s a dual effort on the part of both HR managers and facility managers to retain current […]

Training Employees on the Benefits of Big Data

Analyzing data has long been seen as a sound strategy for drawing conclusions about the world and even making decisions about the future. The problem has historically been that it requires a lot of data to draw reliable inferences and it can be time consuming and expensive to collect sufficient data. Big Data Creates Opportunities—and […]

Top 10 Qualities of a Great Coach Infographic

During HR Leadership Week 2022, we learned that many great leaders are also great coaches. Most of us know what great coaching looks like: the person being coached learns, develops, and performs at a higher level. But what do great coaches look like? Check out our infographic on the top 10 qualities of great coaches. […]

That’s a Wrap on HR Leadership Week 2022!

In honor of HR professionals across the country, HR Daily Advisor celebrated you throughout the week of August 1-5! As the week comes to a close, we’re taking a look back at all our online events and digital resources that helped HR professionals grow and develop in their roles! Monday Featured Article | Critical Leadership Required Post-Pandemic Companies are […]

Companies Continue Increasing L&D Spending

With wage pressures pushing employee compensation demands higher and inflation and supply chain issues further straining employer finances, one might expect that budgets for learning and development would shrink or even be put on hold while the storms pass.

Upskilling the Workforce: Duke Energy Makes Major Training Investment in Florida

A recent six-figure training investment by the Florida-based subsidiary of electric utilities provider Duke Energy, the Duke Energy Foundation and Duke Energy Florida, highlights the growing importance and recognized need of talent development among major employers. Employers today are likely pulling their hair out trying to find and keep qualified workers in the wake of […]

Workplace Culture Design is an Outside-In Job

In life, we design from the outside in. Take skyscrapers, for example. The placement of interior support beams are determined by external factors like wind and gravity. How about the movie industry? Films are written as a reflection of external society, its values and plights. Products are designed to solve problems. Books for their readers. […]