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Training needs analysis
15 Jan 2020
Overseas projects often fail when employees and their families are not prepared for life abroad. Janette Hiscock looks at why...
18 Dec 2019
One-fifth of graduates are unprepared for the workplace when they leave university, HR managers feel, and many lack crucial skills...
27 Nov 2019
Employers in the UK risk losing talent to organisations in emerging economies if they do not increase investment in learning...
25 Nov 2019
The idea that employees value work that offers them a sense of “purpose”, and the importance of offering work that...
12 Nov 2019
Labour will provide free lifelong retraining for all if it gets into power in next month’s general election.
17 Oct 2019
It’s time to rethink learning and development, to wean professionals off their addiction to courses and to start aligning learning...
16 Oct 2019
The government has expanded access to its Get Help to Retrain service, which is designed to support the reskilling of...
16 Sep 2019
More than two-thirds of UK workers think technological changes will increase demand for human work over the next three years...
10 Sep 2019
Employees that can’t access training get trapped under a ‘skills ceiling’ that means they lose out on almost £12,000 a...
14 Aug 2019
A framework for “essential” skills – such as teamwork, presenting and problem-solving – will be developed by a new task...
3 Jul 2019
A report from right-leaning think tank Onward has urged the next prime minister to introduce a retraining tax credit to...
17 Jun 2019
Learning will need to be better integrated into employees' daily tasks, especially in busy environments: a key message from the Festival of Work
13 May 2019
Forty-three per cent of employers are upskilling existing staff to plug hard-to-fill vacancies and a similar proportion (41%) say it has become more difficult to recruit in the past year.
10 May 2019
More automation will allow employers to offer roles that require distinct “human sensibilities” and allow workers to be more creative