Hiring talent from different racial, geographic, ethnic and religious backgrounds is becoming standard business practice. How do good leaders leverage these diverse perspectives in a way that is relevant and contemporary?
Last month, Forbes released its 2019 30 Under 30 List for Europe, and the number of people on the list for their work in the training industry demonstrates the global recognition of the importance of professional development.
Landit announced today that it closed $13 million in an oversubscribed Series A funding round led by WeWork and backed by investors including NEA, Valo Ventures, Workday Ventures, Gingerbread Capital and current venture and seed funders.
DCI Consulting Group, a leading HR risk management firm, announces the acquisition of Savina Consulting, an employment litigation support and HR consulting firm.
HR and L&D leaders are tasked with building teams for creativity, engagement and profit. To do so successfully and sustainably, they must think strategically and deeply about company – and team – culture.
We need to rethink our training methods to better support underserved communities. With robust workforce development programs, companies can invest in this population.
While training programs provided by colleges and community organizations are important, there is much that companies can do to encourage and then reskill and upskill current employees who want to move into technical roles.