Leaders must take control of changing times by strategically transforming the organization.
A majority of mid-level employees are dissatisfied with the results of coaching by managers, according to a survey by BlessingWhite.
Employing instructor-led, self-paced and blended learning, the Chicago Public School system uses high-tech learning tolls of all types. At the helm of this plethora of learning technology is Sharnell Jackson, the system’s first chief e-learning officer.
TEDS, originator of the only fully integrated enterprisewide talent management solution, has released its latest white paper, “Making Sense of Talent Management.”
Development professionals are reporting more reliance on e-learning, shorter classes and on-the-job training, according to a survey by Novations Group. Further, the 2,046 HR and training and development executives surveyed for the Boston-based global cons
As members of the class of 2007 finalizes their post-graduation plans, CollegeGrad.com announces the Top 25 cities for entry-level job openings.
The Human Capital Institute (HCI) and H3.com have announced that H3.com will sponsor HCI’s Employee and Alumni Referral education and research track.
America’s staffing companies employed an average of 2.96 million temporary and contract workers per day in 2006, an increase of 1.8 percent over the previous year, according to data released today by the American Staffing Association (ASA).
In a partnership with the corporate training company Novations, Stevens Institute of Technology will offer United Technologies Corporation (UTC) personnel the chance to earn project management master’s degrees online.
Can something as simple as asking questions about oral health be helpful in reducing weight, heart disease and diabetes? Clinical studies continue to point to periodontal disease as a risk factor for these costly chronic conditions.
In January, there were 3,141,800 online advertised vacancies, a largely seasonal decline of 6 percent from December, according to The Conference Board Help-Wanted OnLine Data Series.
A little more than 10 percent of employees say they ask their supervisor for advice on workplace issues, according to an Internet survey of 3,447 individuals by CO2 Partners, a Minnesota-based firm that focuses on leadership development and executive coac
Small and midsized employers now can create total compensation statements for all their employees easily.
According to the latest study conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and Corporate Board magazine, nearly 50 percent of directors sit on just one public company board, and 78 percent sit on one or two.