The driving forces behind voluntary turnover are not solely dependent upon employment rates and often come from uncovered weaknesses in retention strategies and opportunities to mitigate talent flight.
By allowing employees to pursue education while working, employers can expand their talent pipeline and reduce costs.
There are now more than 700,000 unique postsecondary credentials offered beyond the confines of traditional universities. With good reason: As the shelf life of skills continues to shrink, education consumers are looking for alternatives to college.
The SunTrust Foundation now Truist Foundation today announced it has awarded a $1 million grant to edX to support the launch of the global nonprofit's MicroBachelors programs, the first credit-backed, stackable credential in online learning.
HackerRank, the world's leading developer skills company, today announced that it has acquired Mimir, the cloud-based platform for computer science courses.
This week, Guild Education, a mission-based company providing opportunities for America’s workforce through education, received an investment from Stephen Curry of the NBA Golden State Warriors to accelerate Guild’s mission and impact.
Coursera, the world’s leading online learning platform, today announced Coursera for Campus — a new offering designed to help universities around the world respond to the unprecedented challenges posed by the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Walmart knows a well-trained and engaged workforce is critical to winning in the future. To prepare its associates for the next generation of healthcare jobs, Walmart is adding education benefit programs that provide a clear path to higher pay jobs.
When it comes to work-ready skills, no one — not employers, not universities and not employees — is satisfied.
Cornerstone OnDemand announced that the University of North Carolina (UNC) System has selected Cornerstone to enable its 47,000 employees to continuously develop new skills, become more engaged at work and recruit employees who are the best fit.