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In the World of Career Development, One-Size-Fits-All Is Dead

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Career development remains front and center for job seekers and employers alike — candidates want it and companies want to offer it. However, not all career development strategies are created equal. How are you focusing on individualized career development?

HP Adopts Social Learning—E-Learning Is a Thing of the Past

HR Daily Advisor

Traditional training required everyone to take training at the same time in the same place, says Emelo. Don’t try to get to social learning by slapping a social component onto existing training, Emelo says. Courses (MOOCs, e-learning, etc.).

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Your 5-Day Plan to Learning Twitter

HR Bartender

According to Grovo Learning, companies recognize the value of training employees on social media and are increasing employee training on social media. And of course, after a week if you find it’s not beneficial, you can always delete the account.

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Encourage Employee Development Through HR Technology

SkyPrep

The primary motivator for the emerging millennial workforce is the freedom and flexibility to not only develop their skills, but also their interests. Why development matters. Employers may not initially see the value in encouraging personal development in their employees.

10 persuasion techniques to help you get ahead at work

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This article was first published in April 2014. Advice Career development Leadership and management SkillsHaving trouble getting buy-in for your latest big idea? These simple tips will help.

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How Ongoing Employee Training Benefits Corporations and Staff Alike

Workforce Opportunity Services

One way to get there is by offering ongoing learning and development programs. Often, we only think of training in the context of onboarding new employees. However ongoing employee training for all staff comes with a myriad benefits for employer and employee. Only 43 percent of the country’s workers are trained to meet these demands. Workforce development supported by the federal government and corporations as the best course of action for playing catch-up.

Keeping it Simple: Driving HR analytics Value in 1 week

Analytics in HR

I attended an HR analytics conference in 2014, and was very impressed by the HR analytics work done in excel by Elouise Leonard-Cross, then of Home Group, in the North-East of England. Of course, it’s not only your internal team that carries out People analytics.

The Machine Learning Big Data Guide for HR & Recruiting #hrtechconf

Workology

In a world where the demand for qualified knowledge workers is greater than ever before, highly-skilled professionals expect nothing less than the best from their employers when it comes to workplace benefits, compensation and development for themselves as well as their employees. But, in this highly competitive business world, talent management and development takes a back seat to business plans and meeting ever looming deadlines.

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Double the Value of Your Equity Compensation Communications

GuideSpark

And despite bulking up their retention strategies—fast-tracking career development, promoting robust recognition programs, and offering flexible schedules, for example— company leaders know that compensation is king.

5 Keys to Building a Human-Centric Performance Management Process

Bonusly

Even with modern orientation and on-boarding practices, performance evaluations, management training sessions, and a solid reward system, it can still feel like a cold, sterile environment, as opposed to one that fosters engagement and growth. Help your employees with career development.

Top Reasons for High Turnover Rates (And How to Lower Them)

Zenefits

It can cost up to 200% of their annual salary to replace highly trained employees and executives. Career Development. Problem: Employees lack opportunities for career advancement. Solution: Implement succession planning and offer professional development opportunities. In the Maximillion infographic cited above, lack of career development opportunity was the most common reason given for changing careers.