Training evaluation has always been a hot topic in L&D, but it can often mean different things to different people
The terminated Google engineer has accused the company of being like an “echo chamber” – how valid are these claims?
Sexual harassment continues to be an issue in the workplace. But is the current training and policy measures the best way to deal with it?
Singapore will spend up to $2.25 billion to double the capacity of its military training facilities in northern Australia under a new bilateral deal which impacts a range of employees.
It appears even adult authors are not immune from being overrun by artificial intelligence.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has proposed some radical changes to crackdown on dodgy training providers and reign in spending.
L&D expert Chien Ping Tham of Willis Towers Watson discusses neuroscience, microloearning and the challenges of L&D in Singapore.
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A company once linked to US Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has been told to remove controversial claims that appear on its website
A new report has found that just 10% of Australia’s ASX 200 companies demonstrate a high level of Asia skills and knowledge
The Victorian Government has announced a training initiative that will involve some of the state’s largest businesses