Organizations are recognizing the importance of reskilling their workforce — that is, retraining employees by teaching them new skills.
It’s not just jobs that have changed. The entire way we work has changed. The gig economy, flexible working, our realization that diversity makes for a more successful business … all these trends have an impact on the way we structure effective L&D.
Inkling and EdCast are partnering. The integrated offering combines the best-in-class AI-powered Learning Experience Platform (LXP) fromEdCast with Inkling's mobile-first operational learning platform to enhance onboarding, training and upskilling efforts.
Learnit, a leader in instructor-led workshops and corporate training, today announced the acquisition of AcademyX – an established leader in technical upskilling.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here, and new skills are already in high demand. The search for these skills drives today’s labor market, and to beat the competition, you must take a fresh look at existing talent.
Udemy, the largest global marketplace for learning and teaching online, announced today that the company’s long-time partner in Japan, Benesse Holdings, Inc., has agreed to invest $50 million in Udemy with a valuation of $2 billion.
Meritize, a pioneer developer of funding solutions for skills-based education and workforce development, today announced the launch of a new platform designed to expand access to in-demand, skills-based training programs.
People have been talking about the gig economy – one in which organizations and independent workers engage in short-term work arrangements. For some, the gig economy represents freedom from an economic model that doesn’t come with flexibility.
ManpowerGroup (NYSE: MAN) today launches Talent Solutions, combining three of its current global offerings – RPO (Recruitment Process Outsourcing), TAPFIN MSP (Managed Service Provider) and Right Management – to provide innovative solutions.
Codility, a platform that enables companies to build better engineering teams, announced today a $22 million Series A funding round led by Oxx and Kennet Partners.