Managers are often expected to have some role in the training and development of their employees. After all, it’s the manager who oversees the work of his or her staff members. In addition, as the person responsible for the team’s performance, managers have a strong incentive to mold the performance of the individuals who compose […]
We’ve previously written on the subject of superfluous internal reports and the excessive amount of time companies put into them. Meetings are also frequently accused of being wastes of time and inefficient. Indeed, many people may not realize how much time they spend in meetings.
Training is often about conveying knowledge from one person or group to another, and that is reflected in the evaluation techniques often used when training—for example, written tests to discern the amount of knowledge retained.
Effective employee training can make the difference between a mediocre or failed company and a stellar organization.
Adopting a “mutual learning” approach can propel your organization forward and keep its employees and partners engaged and satisfied. But what exactly is it, and how can you make sure it is effectively implemented? Keep reading to learn more.
Microlearning has been on e-Learning and learning and development (L&D) trends lists consistently for the past few years—and for good reason. You can expect to see L&D professionals do even more with microlearning and microlearning technology this year, as detailed in this article.
As an HR manager, you’ve almost certainly had to do a workplace investigation. Employee A makes a complaint, saying that employee B did such and such. You talk to employee B, and he or she says that no such thing happened or it happened very differently. How do you measure who is credible and who […]
A new Iowa state law limiting employers’ liability for negligent hiring is set to take effect July 1.
New Mexico will join the list of states with “ban the box” legislation when a new law takes effect on June 14.
The efficient and effective management and distribution of information, as well as improving morale, engagement, and productivity, are hallmarks of any successful organization. Unfortunately, a lot of time and effort is wasted when parts of the organization are relying on information that is inconsistent or conflicting.