For organizations across industries, workplace safety is more crucial than ever. However, many companies still approach compliance with a “check-the-box” attitude and use generic, trite training that is ineffective.
Creating an inclusive environment for a diverse workforce is no longer a “feel-good” initiative; it’s a business imperative. Simply closing your eyes and throwing a program at a dartboard won’t do the trick.
In the face of the evidence demonstrating the bottom-line impact of inclusive employment, as well as the consumer and employee demand for inclusion, what can learning leaders do? Here are five tips.
Work to empower other women. We may not realize the impact we’re having until afterward. Many women in leadership want to change the world. By empowering other women, you are making that change you want to see.
More work hours don’t mean higher production rates. In fact, long hours at the office can turn into workaholism, which devastates productivity. Too often, however, managers see overworked or burnt-out employees as unmotivated.
How can training professionals help fleet drivers objectively assess their behaviors behind the wheel, come to grips with their deficiencies and become motivated to reduce the high risk levels they have unwittingly created?
25 Jun 20191:00 pm ET
BARBRI, Inc., a Leeds Equity Partners, LLC portfolio company, today announced the acquisition of The Center for Legal Studies ("CLS"), the leading provider of online programs and training courses for paralegals and other legal support professionals.
Concern, a proven leader in workplace emotional wellbeing solutions, announces the launch of LumaTM, a proprietary digital front door to their evidence-based behavioral health platform.