Recommendations made to employers on how to drive change needed to encourage people to continue working into later life include implementing unconscious bias training for those involved in recruitment; widening apprenticeships to the over-50s; introducing flexible benefits and adapting training and development opportunities to people of different ages
A major focus of the conference will be on the role technology-assisted learning can play in helping to develop the skills vital for the future of Africa
Many leaders state that in order for them to learn and develop they need time and space away from the office for reflection – something that often seems unattainable. The most effective place for...
The new HR practice formalises Fosway’s broader view of the trends and underlying business drivers for change and transformation within organisations today
E-learning helping staff in the health sector work on their own training in their own time
Work environment and values are paramount for the new generation of leaders, Melissa Baxter says
Companies that shun mobile technology are in danger of being left behind, Michael Richards says.
Keep your talent happy for as long as you can but don’t assume they won’t need a successor at some point, Armin Hopp says
The very act of externalising and putting into language our reflections prompts new ways of thinking, Paul Matthews says
L&D professionals need to be taking on a more consultative role to help organisations thrive, says Liz Hill-Smith