TJ Newsflash: 21 June
The latest news for HR, talent, and learning and organisational development leaders selected by the TJ editorial team
Many learning specialists are confused about what it means to be a learning professional – take a look at the video on the Learning Network’s latest research. Hear how 10 global companies are embedding D&I across their organisations in new research from Oracle. Research from ADP shows it’s no longer salary that attracts new talent but flexible working. While Legal & General predict the migration of young professionals to coastal and rural areas could be a catalyst for levelling up. And finally, Forbes’ Queens of Culture say authenticity is their superpower!
9 out of 10 want greater professionalisation in L&D – Learning News
Addressing diversity and inclusion: Going beyond the benchmark – Oracle
People at Work 2022: A Global Workforce View – ADP Research
Is the brain drain going into reverse? – Legal & General
Why The Forbes Queens Of Culture Say Authenticity Is Your Superpower – Forbes
This week’s look at the news, reviews and research for all those working in HR, talent, skills and workplace learning and organisational development.
Nordic research is paving the way for the future of work, Kirsi Nuotto outlines the work of her company the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
TJ’s editor, Debbie Carter talks to Kirstie Donnelly MBE of City & Guilds about their recent research and the imperative to engage with all generations to ensure skills for the future....
Anthony Santa Maria on how personalised learning builds future-ready workforces
Vincent Belliveau, Senior Vice President & General Manager EMEA at Cornerstone OnDemand, explores the benefits of internal recruitment
We need to do a better job of preparing young people for the world of work, so they can make informed choices and build fulfilling careers.