When it comes to employee training, it’s important to have a clear idea of what trainees are expected to gain from the training process. This could include specific skills—how to operate a forklift, how to complete the monthly accounting checkout, etc.—but it can, and should, also encourage the development of what some would call soft […]
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Training is a key component for any business in any industry in any economy. But when it comes to our modern knowledge economy, effective employee training is simply essential.
Although many organizations struggle with giving employees enough opportunities for learning and development, there are problems on the other side of the coin, as well.
In two previous posts, we’ve discussed a few workplace culture trends expected to impact employers by 2030.
Employers everywhere are finding that a robust economy and low unemployment means fewer applicants for any given role. It’s often difficult to find a well-qualified employee when a vacancy presents itself. As such, they’re thinking of creative ways to expand the talent pool and find candidates who are a good fit.
The gig economy is becoming increasingly popular. It is a free market system in which workers are primarily engaged in temporary work on a freelance basis as opposed to full-time work on a permanent basis.
As another year begins, you’ll want to discover newer, more practical, and more innovative ways to ensure your learners are excited to participate in both your upcoming and your more mature L&D programs and initiatives.
According to a 2018 LinkedIn Learning survey, here are some learning stats and information you’ll want to keep in mind before 2019 starts.
When we look back at 2018, what’s the most common trend that comes to mind? A tight labor market due to low unemployment. Sadly, it looks like 2019 is shaping up to be similar, however, recruiters and hiring managers can stay ahead of the curve by being prepared and knowing what’s being predicted for the […]
The holiday shopping season is nearly upon us, and consumers are already overwhelmed. While the holidays are meant to be a time of good cheer, the reality is that pressures due to gift buying and travel often yield heightened emotions. What’s more, a month’s long string of low unemployment and strong consumer confidence across the […]