When you strategize, you design a plan to help you achieve a specific goal or set of goals. Sometimes you’ll know the obstacles that will come your way as you follow your plan to achieve that specific goal or set of goals, and sometimes you won’t. And sometimes your preconceived notions about your plan will […]
Research indicates that ineffective training strategies can cost organizations up to $13.5 million per year per 1,000 employees. What’s more, research also shows that employees want more training opportunities from their employers and that workplace training keeps employees engaged and more productive at work while also retaining them for longer periods of time.
Technological advancements and globalization have made it possible for remote work opportunities to exist in increasing regularity in the modern-day workforce.
Believe it or not, the winter season does affect your employees’ productivity and overall health. And research has discovered that workers are more productive when they’re warm compared to when they’re cold.
In 2019 and beyond, you’ll want to look for the six things listed below when you’re considering job candidates.
According to a 2018 LinkedIn Learning survey, here are some learning stats and information you’ll want to keep in mind before 2019 starts.
According to a recent 2018 Training Industry Report, businesses spent less on training technology in 2018 overall than they did in 2017. Yet, many businesses did spend more on their training payroll, and around 64% of training leaders surveyed agreed that they needed to purchase new training products and services.
Hiring temporary employees is a growing trend and not just around the holiday season. In 2018, 51% of employers surveyed by CareerBuilder were planning to hire temporary employees, compared to 44% that were seeking full-time talent.
We’ve been talking for some time about the tight job market faced by employers across the company. With the unemployment rate at a historic low, many jobseekers are having an easier-than-usual time finding a new job, or a first job, as employers struggle to find qualified employees.
Although e-learning technology and mobile learning technology are on the rise in the modern workplace, so are blended learning approaches and techniques.