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?
Instead of spending more time on e-learning, having training sessions outside the office is greatly beneficial to learning, says one L&D expert.
Singapore might lack 30,000 IT professionals by 2017, as workers will have to be trained to acquire new skills sets.
Companies with strong training and development opportunities are highly appealing to university students, according to a new survey.
A new study has found that being warm trumps being competent in terms of customer satisfaction. What can L&D professionals learn from this?
Last week we looked at how climate change is impacting L&D. Now we look at how L&D practitioners can play their part in company initiatives.
There are some conventional and unconventional ways to implement effective L&D, according to one expert.
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