Even though we have fewer than 200 employees, how could our human resources function develop career paths for them?
—-Forward Thinker, HR director, publishing/communication/advertising, Dearborn, Michigan
A new survey shows 19 million employees are angling to change their jobs in 2013.Read More
Is there a distinction between career growth and career development? And why should we care? Our organization has a number of professional employees working in a career field, which makes us wonder if providing training and development really is as important as experts say.
—Growth or No, HR consultant, finance/insurance/real estate, Lagos, Nigeria
Human resources director, ID Media Inc., New York
Oakland, California-based research firm Bersin & Associates says companies with a sophisticated approach to employee development averaged three times higher revenue growth from 2008 to 2011.
Big training investment pays off in performance and lower turnover rate for Hendrick Automotive Group.
Why do human-resources and talent-management professionals tend to overlook the value of tuition assistance?
—Premium on Education, talent management, education, Scottsdale, Arizona
Seventy-nine percent of chief information officers said that internships are an important consideration when hiring new graduates for IT positions.Read More
What does fly fishing have to do with workplace learning, particularly on topics where leadership skill and communication are involved? Everything.
After several years of fiscal malaise in this 'work-more' era of employees swamped with multiple tasks, let's be honest: Who has time to be a mentor?Read More