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Topics: Human Resources
Deborah Fairbotham attended this year's CIPD Learning & Development Conference and weighs in on why you shouldn't miss the exhibition hall.
Human resources is a fast-changing field, and it’s never been more vital to the development of organisations worldwide. Using new data and technologies, HR has the power to revolutionise work. Read five key areas predicted to shape the profession, and the future of business, in the next ten years.
A survey by Training Provider MBM of HR Managers, L&D Managers, and Training Officers, predominantly in the UK Grocery Industry, revealed that the top 3 biggest training challenges.
If you are looking for a career in HR but are unsure as to what you need to get noticed, you’re in the right place. There are numerous different roles that fall underneath the broader umbrella of Human Resources, but there are a few things that will certainly help to push your CV to the top of the pile.
Findcourses.co.uk research investigates different sources of irritation in the workplace, finally shedding light on the behaviours that make managers and employees tick.
Internal training enables professionals to receive training courses that tailors their expertise according to the unique necessities of their respective companies. Professionals do not have to leave their workplaces to receive this training. That saves both time and energy and the training is proven to be more efficient in that way as individuals receive hands-on experience relevant to their career profile. Before arranging internal or in-house training, companies should consider both positive and negative aspects in order to measure the extent of benefits one can receive through this type of training.
Want to keep your team motivated and engaged? Findcourses.co.uk gives you some tips to help you build a learning culture in your organisation.
Find out how to encourage your employees to try learning at work, inspire your team and help them develop in their roles.
Today's focus on the individual isn't limited to our personal lives; increasingly, companies recognising the need to cater to their employees' individual needs have begun to use coaching and mentoring as means of helping them develop.
But how do coaching and mentoring differ, and how are organisations using them in practice?
An analysis of all the enquiries made via the Findcourses.co.uk website(s) during 2013-14 has revealed the public entities most committed to procuring training and professional development opportunities for their staff.
The report outlines the most training-focused public sector bodies across Local and Central Government, the NHS and other public agencies.