In physical, labor-intensive jobs, companies are often concerned about both the ability of employees to be able to do the work and the potential liability for workplace injuries.
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?
Violence struck at the heart of the Arizona legal community this summer. Over two days in early June, gunshots rang out at a law firm and the offices of two mental health professionals who often serve as court witnesses. For several days while the shooter remained at large, legal workplaces in Phoenix, Scottsdale, and surrounding […]
Our experts were recently asked, “My employees are required to take First Aid and CPR training. Would this require them to take bloodborne pathogens training?” An important question! Read on to learn the answer.
In the near future, companies will be spending more on their L&D departments than ever before. Their goal? Becoming more agile. In 2017 alone, global spending for L&D and training reached $362 billion.
In yesterday’s Advisor we began to explore five training tips for getting your employees up to speed with the Internet of Things (IoT). Today we’ll look at a few more tips.
The Atlantic recently released research showing that the HR software market is worth approximately $15 billion. Learning management systems (LMS) made up $2.5 billion of that total. However, up to 30% of LMS developed corporate training was shown to be wasted. These numbers might trend up as HR and L&D start adding to the Internet […]
Recent research conducted by iCIMS shows that workers stay with an employer for 2 to 3 years on average. Additionally, up to 70% of employees leave a company for better pay, and 53% claim that they leave because they don’t think that their employers care about them as individuals. In other words, retaining employees should […]
More and more organizations are hiring employees who work from remote locations instead of commuting into a central workplace. If your organization is one of them, you’re aware of the fact that onboarding for a remote employee can look a bit different than it would otherwise.
Who doesn’t remember the drudgery of going to class every day? The morning routine, the unending days—so why would the classroom be any better for workplace training?
Is your organization downsizing? Any HR professional knows how challenging that can be with everything from clerical tasks to maintaining morale.