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Learning & Development

Sep, 2019
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Summary

70 per cent of employees say they haven’t mastered the skills they need for their jobs today, so how are businesses tackling their employee training and education? The Learning & Development special report, published in The Times, covers how businesses and employees are approaching skills gaps in the workplace and why it is constantly changing with each generation that enters the workforce. It examines why micro-learning might not increase employee engagement, the demand for soft skills in employees, and giving learning and development an equal part within the corporate structure. Also featured is an infographic exploring the ways learning and development is transforming from employee demand to the boardroom

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As workers increasingly demand that education and training be integral to their jobs, the nature of workplace learning and development is changing, and receiving a lot more attention in the boardroom