Microlearning has been on many notable mobile and e-learning trends lists for the last year or so. And if you’re a learning and development (L&D) professional, you’ll need to implement it this year if you want to continue to outpace your competition.
Apprenticeships can lower costs for your organization and boost its employee retention rate. Additionally, research indicates that apprenticeship programs are great for employees, employers, and the economy.
If you’re currently developing your learning and development (L&D) programs for your organization’s leaders and management teams this year, here are 10 programs you’ll want to make sure to include.
Due to rapid advancements in technology across industries and business sectors, experts believe that around 375 million workers worldwide will have to seek new employment and switch occupations altogether by 2030 … unless employers decide to revamp their training programs and implement continuous learning across their organizations.
Organizations typically spend more money on their sales training programs each year than they do on any other type of training program—sometimes millions of dollars more.
According to Deloitte research, the corporate wellness market is projected to be worth $11.3 billion by 2021, and two-thirds of organizations inside the United States already claim that well-being programs are a critical part of their employment brand and culture.
According to Gartner research, self-service platforms will make up nearly 80% of all enterprise reporting by 2020, and they’ll be very critical to evolving talent spaces across organizations.
Facebook has released a new skill-building site: Learn with Facebook. Here’s what you need to know about it.
Freelancers now make up 35% of the U.S. workforce, and their numbers are anticipated to rise over the next few years. And more and more companies are beginning to rely on their expertise and labor.
Organizations spend thousands of dollars each year, and sometimes millions, on designing, developing, and implementing training programs. But sometimes they hang onto outdated training programs and training materials to save money, even if those training programs are actually costing them more money than they’re worth.