One organisation has created a new, forward-thinking solution to enhance its learning and development program
L&D practitioners must be careful to not overpromise on results when trying to gain management buy-in
Many young people, particularly in suburban or rural areas, are at the mercy of inadequate public transport systems as they endeavour to find and maintain employment, according to a new study
Employers should test for curiosity when looking to fill complex positions, with a new study indicating that a strong sense of curiosity can signal an aptitude for creative problem-solving
Want to engage bored workers? A new study shows how you can keep them engaged and productive
Providing your organisation’s talent with benefits can be great for retention, but how many of your employees know these benefits exist?
A new survey from the US has indicated that employers are failing to tap into one of their most valuable resources for training and development: employee knowledge.
Technology means audiences have never before had such power and influence and that can be a benefit in executive education
The case provides another reason for organisations to pay very close attention to staff training
L&D Professional looks at how the world’s largest retail empire is enhancing the learning and development of its staff
While generous L&D budgets may be a pipedream for many L&D practitioners, organisations can achieve impressive results on a shoestring budget