Research shows that integrating learning and work can have significant benefits
Is technology making it easier or harder for organisations to achieve training benchmarks?
Adding fluoride to public drinking supplies is not harmful at all to cognitive development, according to new research.
Psychopaths are relatively common in the corporate world. How does this impact employees?
Which approach best supports organisation innovation: competitive individualism or collaborative collectivism?
One training provider is being taken to court after allegedly targeting vulnerable consumers with conduct that was unfair.
One worker is on the verge of being sacked after an incident involving routine diversity training.
Leadership development programs should not be defined by whether or not leaders enjoy them, one expert tells L&D Professional.
L&D Professional looks at how regular feedback can assist both managers and employees to meet their goals
A study has found that training older workers for employment can deliver a significant boost not only to organisations, but to national GDP
A new report warns that the world’s airlines need to begin training 70 new pilots per day to meet global demand