The COVID-19 pandemic forced many working parents out of the workforce. Consider these tips on how L&D can welcome them back.
Here are five ways to support employees’ transition back into the office, which can be applied during other times of change as well.
Unifying teams and building a positive culture to meet employee needs is critical as companies return to work after COVID-19.
As employees anticipate a return to the workplace, the need to foster psychological safety among teams is more critical than ever before.
Learning leaders need to learn how to develop relationships so that teams become more effective within meetings of all kinds.
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Whether working in the office or online, managers will need to be able to adjust their leadership approach in order to facilitate meaningful dialogue and ensure their team members are heard.
MARS Solutions Group announced MARS Returnship, a new program for women looking to restart their careers in technology following a gap in employment. The program provides on-the-job training, mentorship, and a partnership approach.
To remain valuable to our workforce, we need to offer learning opportunities that are relevant to their role, easily accessed from anywhere and directly applicable in their work.