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44 per cent of companies have not researched if automation will change employees roles.
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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.
Majority of employees find training videos to be a useful way of learning skills.
WP-HR Manager has launched a training module on the core HRM plugin.
Making your own training video just became easier.
How long do executives believe employee retention and training will be a problem for?
How many senior managers said no training is provided for them at their level?
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How involved are employees in L&D sessions and how motivated are they to enhance their own skill set?
Should more be done to help train prisoners and provide them with new skills so receiving a job once released is not such an arduous task?
How much is the digital skills talent gap costing the country and what happens when demand which already outstrips supply, skyrockets?
A member of staff at Charlton Athletic has reportedly had to ask HR for permission to eat a packet of crisps at their desk, according to news reports.
New research launched today reveals that the average UK professional has gone two years without any training, with more than one in ten having no training in over four years.