Training and education have become increasingly important in our modern economy. It’s no longer the case that businesses can rely on a large pool of untrained laborers to perform relatively routine and low-skill tasks from their first day on the job.
Category: Training News
The latest news, regulation updates, and best practices in the training field.
HR and L&D professionals are in high demand, especially in the places on this list. The places on this list offer some of the best and most lucrative opportunities for talent development professionals in 2018.
Continuing from yesterday’s post, here’s more information about what you need to know about workplace violence right now and what you can do as an L&D professional.
In 2018, it’s becoming imperative that every employer develop a comprehensive and effective workplace violence action plan, especially because the average workplace is now 18 times more likely to experience an incident of workplace violence than a fire, and active shooters are becoming much more likely.
The unemployment rate in the United States has been maintaining historic lows over the past several months. The unemployment rate recently dipped below 4%, the lowest rate since 2000. That’s good news for the economy and great news for jobseekers and employees.
Are you interested in inspiring L&D initiatives and programs that will inspire a positive and enduring company culture?
Last week, we reported on the recent training Starbucks offered its employees and the benefits to proactive versus reactionary training. Today we’ll focus on what Starbucks employees thought about this training.
In a recent press release, Walmart spreads the word about its new employee benefit program aimed at providing employees with greater access to education.
Do you employ workers with Autism? If not, you’re missing out on bunch of benefits these workers bring to the table.
Implicit bias is a phenomenon that is prevalent in virtually all aspects of society. It refers to the tendency of individuals to harbor certain biases or prejudices about certain groups without being consciously aware of those feelings.