Some organisations think of training as more of an expense than an investment. L&D Professional investigates why this is a risky approach
A new report shows that almost three-quarters of Australian workers don’t think their organisations are future-proof
Employees at Facebook will undergo political bias training after allegations that conservative news has been suppressed.
Domestic violence charity White Ribbon will train Triple M staff following Eddie McGuire’s comments about drowning a woman.
We talk to one major company in Singapore about the advantages of e-learning and recognising the need to change.
If you are not willing to put forward ideas it is very hard to advance in today’s world, argues a change and leadership expert.
The world's largest food company is offering African youth training to help offset the high unemployment on the continent.
A chairman and deputy governor of a bank have been suspended after a shocking training session in China.
A company once linked to US Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has been told to remove controversial claims that appear on its website
The Victorian Government has announced a training initiative that will involve some of the state’s largest businesses
Training evaluation has always been a hot topic in L&D, but it can often mean different things to different people