According to a study published in the Harvard Business Review, poor workplace training is a major cause of employee churn.
Europe’s labour force is getting older, but not enough adults participate in learning, according to the Cedefop,...
Teenagers will be given lessons on how to calculate interest, tax contributions and work out exchange rate to prepare them for life after school.
Nearly two thirds of UK graduates would choose an employer based on their training scheme rather than their career prospects, according to a World of...
Today, the time to complete projects is shortening and the line to deliver results is infinitely steeper.
Robin Kermode discusses why leaders need to instil confidence in their workforce to get the best of out them.
There are 3.7 million young people in work in the UK and last year 196,450 graduates entered employment.
Gamification, it’s a word that seems to be gaining more and more traction in business, especially when it comes to skills, training and engaging with staff.
In my last blog, I dealt with the counterintuitive notion that change—even in the context of high stakes business-to-business deals—is an emotional and visual process rather than a rational or anal
If there’s one thing that will keep your organisation on the right track, its employee engagement. There are many definitions of engagement in the workplace,