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Top 10 eLearning Statistics For 2020 You Need To Know

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Success In eLearning. eLearning is one of the most discussed topics in the educational landscape right now. That’s why we have gathered the top 10 eLearning statistics that will give you a fresh perspective on this exciting topic.

How Ongoing Employee Training Benefits Corporations and Staff Alike

Workforce Opportunity Services

Goals are executed by the individuals on the ground—employees. 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. In the past couple of decades, technological innovation has leaped ahead of the current workforce’s current skill set.

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What this Weekend’s Fastest Marathon of All-Time Taught us About Business

Jason Treu

In Vienna , Eliud Kipchoge, the marathon world record holder, on Saturday shattered a record that had been untouchable. Some people call him the Roger Federer or Michael Jordan of running. No one has done this on any marathon course. None of the analytic gurus or race experts thought it could be done until much later. It was a course that was flat (but not downhill) and manufactured. It shows the positivity of sport,” Kipchoge said. “I

Change the Perception of Long-Term Care Careers to Attract Top Talent

Hireology

The demand for long-term care employees is on the rise, as spending on nursing facilities and continuing care retirement communities is projected to grow at an average rate of 5.2 percent per year until 2024, reaching $274 billion. Many job seekers have the misconception that long-term care workers are overworked and underpaid, and that there’s limited room for growth in long-term care careers. Continuously Train Employees.

Best Benefits for Engineering Firms

Winston Benefits

Engineering firms often face double the difficulty when recruiting: They need people with strong tech skills, and people with strong craft skills. And competition will only grow; according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics , employment in engineering is expected to grow 4 percent between 2014 and 2024, with higher growth rates in biomedical, environmental and civil engineering. Here are some of the top benefits among engineering firms. Learning and Development.

How to Prepare the Millennial Workforce for Management Positions

SnackNation

How to Prepare the Millennial Workforce for Management Positions. They love open work spaces, new technology, not having to work too hard, and expect to make plenty of money while also getting plenty of time off. Thanks to pieces like “Millennials: The Greatest Generation or the Most Narcissistic?” and “Millennials: The Me Me Me Generation,” many managers are left scrambling for creative recruiting tactics and extra room in the budget for ping pong tables.

Where does the intranet fit in your digital workplace?

Interact-Intranet

Does the intranet still have a role to play in today’s digital workplace, or is it now the redundant teletext of internal software? Given the choice of tech available, what is its USP, its purpose? Can – or even should – the digital workplace exist without it? The terms ‘digital workplace’ and ‘intranet’ tend to get thrown about interchangeably. But are they really one and the same? Download the free guide.

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Where does the intranet fit in your digital workplace?

Interact-Intranet

Does the intranet still have a role to play in today’s digital workplace, or is it now the redundant teletext of internal software? Given the choice of tech available, what is its USP, its purpose? Can – or even should – the digital workplace exist without it? The terms ‘digital workplace’ and ‘intranet’ tend to get thrown about interchangeably. But are they really one and the same? Download the free guide.

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How Recruiters Can Use Gamification To Attract And Engage New Employees

The Game Agency

You probably envisioned yourself in the role, but like so many others, you were concerned about the interview process, sitting face-to-face with a hiring manager to discuss your history and where you plan to be in five years. And it’s no easier as the manager who has to judge a candidate’s characteristics and qualifications in just 30 minutes. However, as I always tell my children, the best way to show someone is through your actions.

How HR Professionals Can Prepare for a Talent Shortage

Effortless HR

Over the course of human history, there have been a number of events that have completely changed the way in which people work and make a living. The invention of agriculture and the Industrial Revolution are probably the two most obvious examples, which have also led to changing the direction in which the history of civilization has gone. It may not seem that this has to do anything with the digital revolution, but it does.

How Project Managers Can Adopt Artificial Intelligence?

Career Metis

In the present times, artificial intelligence is buzzing across the world be it from software development to construction to logistics and finance, each and every organization needs to have the projects which need appropriate planning, managing, and monitoring. But the tools that are been used are often more complex and designed for the specialists and you don’t need to do it much as they can warn about the potential problems. The Future Ahead.

New Report: 7 Predictions on How Recruiting Will Be Different in 2025

Linkedin Talent Blog

If you're in recruiting today, your job will be very different in 5 years — even if you keep the exact same job title. That’s because the role of recruiting itself is evolving, according to a new report from LinkedIn called The Future of Recruiting: 7 Ways Your Role Will Change. You’ll take on a more visible, strategic role within the business. And you’ll seriously rethink the way you see your own job. The recruiters have become the recruited.

Salary History Bans Laws Expand Across US

Sterling Check

In August 2016, Massachusetts was the first state to pass a law preventing employers from asking job candidates about their salary history in an interview. Massachusetts also imposed a ban on employer conduct during the employer-employee relationship, making it illegal for an employer to require employees to refrain from discussing or disclosing their wages, benefits or other compensation. Some of these laws have gone into effect, while others will be enacted in the next few years.

The Trap of Getting Back to Normal in the Pandemic

Business2Community Leadership

As the vast majority of companies rush to reopen, they’re falling into the trap of “getting back to normal.” Indeed, some of the states to open early onward have already reimposed some restrictions , showing that as I predicted way back at the start of the pandemic, we will be facing rolling waves of restrictions and shutdowns, and need to focus much more on virtual interactions. It was evident that the company needed help getting out of murky waters?—?and

New California Laws and HR Trends for 2017 and Beyond

HR Daily Advisor

Each year, California employers are faced with the task of keeping up with a whole new round of labor laws and regulations, most of them courtesy of the state legislature. This article discusses some of the more significant employment law changes over the past several months, many with an effective date of July 1, 2017. Employers were not required to provide written notification to employees until the Labor Commissioner developed and released a model notice.