Recently, we’ve written a few posts discussing Google’s recent decision to end forced arbitration for employees. While the company had previously ended forced arbitration in cases involving claims of sexual harassment and sexual assault, it had, until now, left forced arbitration in place for other claims.
In a tight labor market, we see many examples of companies going the extra mile to entice new employees to join their ranks and to keep their existing employees happy. But what about former employees? It turns out some companies are finding out the hard way they need to keep them happy as well.
Yesterday’s post highlighted some of the reasons why you’ll want to implement social learning this year, in addition to the fact that it will likely outpace on-demand remote learning soon.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is poised to have a major impact on global business—expected to drive $1.2 trillion in value by 2022. While there is plenty of discussion around the efficiencies and new capabilities that AI will bring, talent remains the Achilles heel of AI implementation.
Health, fitness wellness—whatever you want to call it—is a major focus in the United States, with health-related trends increasing significantly as Americans become passionate about staying fit and eating well.
There’s little doubt that the Internet has greatly contributed to workplace efficiency and productivity over the last couple decades. E-mail has made real-time, written communication far easier than ever before, and new technologies have provided the ability to share computer screens and hold virtual face-to-face meetings—not to mention the ability to conduct research without sifting […]
There’s lots of noise out there around which skills people should gain in order to get good jobs and have successful careers. If nothing else, the debate has yielded one irrefutable conclusion: We all need to be lifelong learners. We all need to get good at adapting and maintaining our skill sets to stay relevant […]
Spending time on social media at work is a no-no at many companies. Employers want their employees working, not checking Facebook or reading Twitter posts. But what if the two weren’t actually mutually exclusive?
The costs of owning and implementing a learning management system can quickly push you beyond your budget if you fail to plan accordingly. So, how can directors and managers create a true picture of their actual LMS costs to avoid ballooning expenses? Start by asking yourself several key questions before signing on the dotted line.
Research projects the Learning Management System (LMS) market will continue to grow and that it’ll be worth $7.83 billion during 2018. Many LMS vendors are responding to the accelerated competition in the market space by providing customers with a variety of integration capabilities for their LMSs. Read on to learn the integrations every enterprise will […]