For companies that don’t have the resources to launch their own homegrown apprenticeship programs or corporate universities, there are many community and government organizations that can help.
Could apprenticeship programs and corporate universities be the solution to the deep end of the talent gap?
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Savings from the new tax plan can enrich business investment in talent development through apprenticeships.
Partnering with Guild Education, home improvement company Lowe’s offers eligible employees pre-apprenticeships for skilled trades.
Germany is best known for its apprenticeship model to train its future workforce, while the U.S. relies heavily on informal university partnerships. What are the advantages to both? And which is better for today’s economy?
Today’s top talent stories from around the web.