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Workforce Development 2010 Webcast Spending and Staffing Trends for U.S. Training

October 27, 2009
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In this webcast, you can learn more about Bersin & Associates' annual study of corporate training budgets, spending, delivery, staffing and trends. As many organizations' learning and development functions continue to face the budget ax, you'll need these figures to build a business case for your organization.
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A U.S. Training Upgrade

October 1, 2009
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There is wide agreement in Washington, and among employers, that American workers need more education and training, but some experts say current federal proposals don’t go far enough.
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How Business Can Improve Workforce Readiness

October 1, 2009
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A new report, ‘The Ill-Prepared U.S. Workforce,’ defines the problem but also offers some solutions. A business that is proactive can make strides in solving the preparedness program.
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55 Percent of Executives See Another Year of Recession, Survey Finds

August 11, 2009
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A majority of executives at large companies and financial institutions worldwide believe the global recession will last for at least another year, while 41 percent say it will end in the next 12 months.
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Making the Case for Training

August 11, 2009
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Proving the value of employee training in hard numbers has been difficult.
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A (Weary) Champion for Employee Investment

August 11, 2009
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Laurie Bassi's research shows the link between investments in employee training and company success. But the HR and investment communities don't seem to care.
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Looking Beyond Training Budgets

August 11, 2009
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Size matters when it comes to training budgets. But it's not the only thing to consider, experts in the field agree.
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Training That Starts Before the Job Begins

July 20, 2009
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Even in a recession, some companies are still hiring in sizable numbers. Two of them—Booz Allen Hamilton and Vestas Wind Systems—start training new employees in culture and processes well before their first day on the job.
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<i>Dear Workforce</i> How Do We Combat Swine Flu Outbreaks at Work

June 3, 2009
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We are in a state that has seen outbreaks of swine flu. What are some reasonable steps we can take to prevent the spread of this at work? I am worried that many of my employees might come to work even if sick, because they need the money in a tight economy.
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Teaming Up to Better Train

May 20, 2009
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Managers at The Decc Co., a small industrial coating applicator based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, were ready to move beyond the company’s paper tracking system. But when officials started training workers in late 2008 on the new computerized system, they quickly recognized that some weren’t even comfortable manipulating the mouse.
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