Published By: Skillsoft
Published Date: Sep 25, 2013
In today’s business climate, the value of ongoing employee development efforts may seem like a no-brainer, but success is not always guaranteed. This ExecBlueprint discusses how HR can support leaders, managers, and employees in getting the most out of their training programs by using the performance appraisal process to identify gaps, focusing on the areas that will deliver the most return, and providing employees with enough context that they will want to learn for the company. HR leaders from Heineken Americas, BG Group, Given Imaging, and HDFC Asset Management Company share insight featured in this ExecBlueprint MP3. 55 minutes.
What's the biggest difference between mediocre and exceptional companies? Employees. People are ultimately responsible for the vision, ideas, products and day-to-day work that make a company great. These high-performing organisations continue to extract more value from their people because they think of them as long-term, strategic resources with the capacity to improve and adapt to the changing needs of the business.
What could you be saving by implementing a learning management system? This guide will show you the provable return on investment in an eLearning strategy; how an LMS can help your business lower print costs, reduce employee turnover, positively impact sales, and much more.
Whether you’re exploring the marketplace or building out your business case for online learning, this guide has the information you want.
As you prepare to move to a new LMS consider Clarifi Talent Development, the learning and performance management system designed for today’s workforce. It is the choice for leading brands like Brinker, Newk’s and Subway.
Unfortunately, many business owners either fail to see the value in ongoing training or don’t have the budget for it. Competition is fierce, margins are tight and learning programs can fall by the wayside. Sometimes the tried and true methods still get the job done. But all too often, on-the-job training is unengaging, expensive and inefficient.
It’s harder than ever for restaurants to retain employees. Hourly workers have more job opportunities, especially with the rise of on-demand work in the gig economy. Now, restaurateurs don’t just have to worry about employees leaving to work at other restaurants — they need to worry about them leaving the industry altogether. In order to fight this turnover, restaurants need to provide employees with clear development opportunities in the workplace.
In this ebook, we’ll explore:
• How restaurants can invest in their people through innovative training programs
• The core aspects of developing an engaging development program in your business
• Success stories from three industry leaders in the field of talent development
Forbes Insights surveyed senior executives at leading US companies to learn how language abilities impact individual and organizational success. The results indicate that corporate leaders see multilingual employees and language-training programs as critical ingredients to success in the global economy.
Published By: newrow_
Published Date: Jan 29, 2015
Corporate training programs must be modified to resonate with Millennials, and the first step in doing so is understanding how technology has changed this generation’s behaviors. To better engage, onboard, attract and retain Millennial talent, here are three ways companies can structure their training initiatives to meet our future workforce’s unique learning and working style.
Published By: BambooHR
Published Date: Apr 23, 2014
Contrary to conventional wisdom, new employees care more about mentoring and on-the-job training than perks like free food during the onboarding process, according to a survey of more than 1,000 U.S.-based employees conducted by BambooHR.
These results provide valuable insights into the importance of an effective onboarding process for training, retaining, and enabling effective employees. Well-defined and executed new-hire orientation programs have a positive effect on reducing employee turnover, and these results spotlight some of the key components of an effective program.
Published By: BlueVolt
Published Date: May 04, 2012
The best incentive programs are those that are the most successful. Give them the right carrot. That seems obvious. But what makes an incentive program successful? Read the Incentives Programs: Can You Motivate People to Take Your Training? white paper from BlueVolt to learn how to best use incentives in a training program.