The 70:20:10 model seems to be the best approach for employees learning.
What do professionals predict and want to see for HR in 2020.
Ramkumar Chandraeskaran: Closing the digital skills gap, why UK firms must be more proactive to remain competitive
“Digital skills needs are expected to sky rocket in the coming years.”
A ‘perception gap’ exists in the UK with the amount of skills staff possess and the amount needed to learn
The UK is being left behind as other countries race to upskill their workers.
“Talent planning isn’t something that should be guessed.”
AI, virtual reality and the cloud can all boost employee growth.
The trend in 2019 is for organisations to change the way people learn.
Clash between HR and managers: Managers reluctant to get involved in training despite HR calling for it
Millennials desire feedback from their senior colleagues 50 per cent more than other employees.
What does a company need to do in order to achieve this status?
How can you overcome a biased AI?
See the four principals of employee growth and development.
Just how effective is the Government apprenticeship levy proving to be?
Just how much less money went in to recruitment this year?
A huge majority of employees are considering changing their careers as their current role does not offer them the opportunity to learn the new skills they desire.
How involved are employees in L&D sessions and how motivated are they to enhance their own skill set?