A new report has revealed that a beleaguered TAFE saw a massive decline in student hours and enrolments despite millions in government funding
Having good friends in the workplace can lead to better performance among employees, according to research
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There is no scientific underpinning for the 70:20:10 model, but it still says something that’s very true, one expert tells L&D Professional.
Groups memorise less than their individual members would if they were working alone, claims new research.
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?
L&D Professional looks at how regular feedback can assist both managers and employees to meet their goals
If your company’s training programs still centre on policy and compliance, you might be unwittingly pushing your best employees to look for work elsewhere
A study has found that training older workers for employment can deliver a significant boost not only to organisations, but to national GDP