Work is changing, but in many cases, we aren’t keeping up. New and changing jobs require new and changing skills, and it’s up to training professionals to lead the way.
An increasing number of large corporations are boosting their efforts to hire individuals with autism. Several factors are pushing this hiring trend. Society has become more familiar with autism as the topic weaves its way into popular culture.
Becoming an expert in equipment assembly and operation requires extensive training and practice. Unfortunately, operators often report feeling ill-equipped to do the job. It is as if much of their prior training was for naught.
Organizations need better ways to track skills, pinpoint gaps and motivate employees to develop core competencies. Micro-credentialing is one tool your organization can use to build and demonstrate the skill sets we’ll all need to succeed in the future.
The convergence of new regulations and increasing economic pressures are compelling many organizations toward the conclusion that continuing to manage all — or even the majority — of HR and L&D processes manually is no longer possible.
Wherever your organization is on its digital journey, there are ways to include crowdsourcing in your development toolkit — whether it’s enabling employees to generate development ideas or increasing post-learning application and retention.
12 Dec 20191:00 pm ET
Guild Education, a B Corporation focused on creating opportunity for America’s workforce through education, announced today the close of its $157 million Series D financing round led by General Catalyst.
New employees need an onboarding experience that is valuable and tailored to their individual role. Learning journey maps serve as a starting point for the personalized learning experience new employees are embarking on.