Executives and employees are clamoring for more training, and learning leaders are more than happy to oblige.
Initially launched in 2007, the March of Dimes campaign now includes interactive learning modules and a content library on topics such as preconception planning, learning the signs of preterm labor and breastfeeding.
Students at Niagara University are in a league of their own as they operate the Niagara Power.
Artificial intelligence is supposed to trigger a wave of productivity not seen since Ford built the first assembly line. Translating this promise into real-world results will take time, expertise and a newly trained workforce.
When workforce needs outpace learning, frustrations arise. Staying abreast of trending skills and building flexibility into learning culture can help.
Productivity sags the Monday after the Super Bowl, so should employers consider caving in and let employees have it off? Rick Bell and Frank Kalman say that’s absurd on the latest Talent10x.
Large companies seemingly dominate recruiting because they can offer things smaller firms cannot. But behind that veil are realities that job seekers should be aware of.
The workforce is changing and learning leaders are on the front line. Here are four things to be thinking about as you look to the year ahead.
The first Talent10x podcast of 2018 welcomes ADP’s Jordan Birnbaum to discuss the budding field of behavioral economics and how it applies to the business of talent.
These were the best stories from Talent Economy in 2017, along with a note from Managing Editor Frank Kalman about what to expect in 2018.
The top TE stories of the week. Plus, the best talent stories we’re reading Friday from around the web.
The technology’s use in human resources and talent is overhyped, and critics say it could do more harm than good. Regardless, expect to see more AI in talent economy’s future.
Also, Workforce’s Rick Bell joins Frank Kalman to discuss efforts to get recovering drug addicts back into the workforce as well as the importance of parental leave for male millennial workers.
A recent survey from the internet streaming service shows some employees admit to watching movies and TV shows while at work. How should executives react?
This week’s podcast features Rick Bell as he and Frank Kalman discuss corporate social responsibility and using emojis at work.
Recent research shows that as smartphone use grows, human intellect weakens, a development with gigantic business implications. What should business leaders do?