23 per cent of employers plan to focus their L&D activity on senior leaders.
Tags: learning and development
HRreview interviews Aimee Badcock, head of HR at Philips UKI, about talent management.
How prepared is your company for these three key drivers?
What are the crucial reasons behind businesses feeling disappointed in these providers?
Training not being provided for contingent workers despite 1.5 million UK workers falling in to this category
24 per cent of contingent workers who do receive training say it is ineffective.
What do HR experts really think about taking a gap year?
How key is data to L&D? Have companies recognized this issue and implementing changes or are they behind the need to implement it?
A majority of British workers say they rely on technology to do their job – but that doesn’t mean they know how to use it. This is according to the 2019 Tech Skills Index report.
Coorpacademy’s Jean-Marc Tassetto examines how a new generation of training analytics tools can deliver much richer datasets.
The UK currently has an estimated 2.4 million untrained ‘accidental managers’, and with poor management costing employers around £84 billion a year according to the OECD, it is time for fundamental change.
Digital transformation and AI mean that employers’ jobs and skills needs will change at a quicker pace than ever before. Oliver Barber from Docebo suggests ways in which companies can evolve to enable their employees to adapt to change.
Here is a clear message to organisations that employees want this regular contact with line managers and that check-ins are an essential element of a successful performance culture and employee well-being.
Veronica Tucker considers some of the best practices to follow when implementing mentorship programs in order to make them a sustained success.
Organisations across a range of sectors are seeing a new phenomenon form: ‘talent scarcity’, and in the light of Brexit his issue is here to stay. Jonquil Hackenberg advises on how HR can remain proactive and efficient.
Everyone wants to grow their careers, but according to a new survey, working for a growing company is seen as a critical aspiration and motivator for most British workers.