Dealerships that pay for technicians to attend the tool-maker's school may receive higher reimbursement levels, though maintaining quality of service and reputation primarily drive participation. Read More
Although the toolmaker does not use the event to directly recruit students, the hope is that some of the participants will consider manufacturing careers. A larger goal is to help usher in a 'renaissance in manufacturing' in the United States by immersing them in the details of the industry.Read More
Companies aren't giving candidates a realistic picture of jobs, leading to 'buyer's remorse,' report says.Read More
Large U.S. firms tripled their spending on social tools such as internal blogs, wikis and communities of practice in 2012, a new report says.Read More
A new survey shows 19 million employees are angling to change their jobs in 2013.Read More
Software by HarQen Inc. enables automated phone screening of applicants, but the technology takes getting used to.
Flat training budgets present workforce challenges amid a flurry of regulatory changes.Read More
Until the recession hit, the U.S.-based appliance-maker steadfastly avoided online training in favor of classrooms. Now, it's a proponent of virtual online learning.
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.
Technology giant says military vets bring 'unwavering commitment' to getting job done