A recent case has shown the importance of making sure that supervisors and managers are properly trained on documenting performance problems and personnel decisions.
Category: Training News
The latest news, regulation updates, and best practices in the training field.
Organizations are always on the lookout for innovative training opportunities that can help close the skills gap. One such company is the Dow Chemical Company (Dow), which has successfully run apprenticeship programs across Europe for 40 years and has recently reached an important milestone with its U.S. program.
Despite the fact that the majority of data breaches are caused by human error, many organizations have not been training their employees on cybersecurity, according to a recent report. One company is trying to change that.
There are both benefits and risks in using subject matter experts (SMEs) in training, and there are steps organizations can take to help SMEs be successful.
It’s likely you’re continually looking for ways to make better decisions. If so, you might want to take a look at the book Thinking Fast and Slow by Nobel Prize-winning economist Daniel Kahneman.
Visualization can be a great help in boosting classroom training, both in the preparation and the delivery. Today an expert trainer provides valuable visualization techniques.
Yesterday’s Advisor provided four techniques for mindfully expanding productivity and creativity at work. Today, we examine how technology has the potential to hurt productivity, along with tips for boosting productivity in the face of these distractions.
How can you train your employees on how to mindfully expand their productivity and creativity at work? In today’s Advisor, an expert weighs in.
There is increasing stress and pressure to perform in the modern workplace, and employee burnout is an all-too-common risk. See what one company is doing to address the problem.
It’s one of today’s most vexing economic puzzles: Why can’t employers find workers to fill their positions when approximately 7.5 million Americans are unemployed, and millions more are working part time because they can’t find full-time positions or have given up looking for work altogether?