Enlightened organizations evaluate how technology and investments in people can enhance efficiency and advance corporate culture and values.
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.
With the recently launched Archways to Careers app, McDonald’s employees can now access professional development opportunities at their fingertips.
There are a lot of myths about people with disabilities, particularly when it comes to the workplace. Fortunately, these myths are just that — myths. Managing and training employees with disabilities can be not only doable but rewarding as well.
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.
KKR, a leading global investment firm, announced the closing of KKR Global Impact Fund SCSp, a $1.3 billion fund dedicated to investment opportunities in companies whose business models provide commercial solutions to an environmental or social challenge.
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.
The Cognizant U.S. Foundation today awarded a $500,000 grant to Opportunity@Work, a nonprofit dedicated to ensuring that individuals without a bachelor's degree can work, learn, and earn to their full potential. The grant will support research designed to