Video learning content isn’t just a passing trend in the learning and development industry. And if you want your organization to remain competitive in the years ahead, you’ll want to make sure to include video content in your training materials right now. Keep reading to learn more about why.
Yesterday’s post covered some best practices for hiring seasonal workers. Today’s post will cover best practices for training and retaining seasonal workers. Keep reading to learn more.
According to research gathered by Ambient Insight, the U.S. mobile learning market will reach $2.1 billion next year, and global mobile learning revenues will reach $14.5 billion. And this will most likely be due to the number of people joining the mobile workforce, which is expected to double or even triple in size in 2018 […]
If you want your enterprise’s learning and development (L&D) programs to continue to retain and attract top talent in 2018, you’ll need to offer the right programs. Here’s a list of the top 10 L&D programs every enterprise should offer in 2018.
According to Gartner, the mobile workforce is anticipated to double or triple in size by 2018, as workers begin to rely more and more on their mobile devices. Consequently, the mobile learning industry was expected to grow in worth from $5.3 billion in 2013 to $12.2 billion in 2017.1 Here are some mobile learning trends you’ll […]
In yesterday’s Advisor, guest columnist Kristine Muller explained how wellness must become a part of company culture if it is to succeed. Today, Liz Dickinson, founder and CEO of Mio Global, discusses changing opinions about wellness metrics, including why heart rate should replace step count.
by Danna Korn Many companies are turning to wellness programs to boost employee engagement, and wearable technology is helping the initiative. For more information on wearables, we present an article by Danna Korn, cofounder and CEO (Chief Energizing Officer) of Sonic Boom Wellness, a software company specializing in fun, innovative corporate wellness programs that improve […]
In yesterday’s Advisor we reviewed a few HR-related moments from Back to the Future: Part II to mark the date of Emmett “Doc” Brown and Marty McFly time-traveling to 2015. Today we address the moment in the movie most relevant to human resources—Future Marty’s termination via fax—and how, unlike the DeLorean, that just wouldn’t fly […]