On Monday night I had the pleasure of attending an event put on by Eightfold.ai. Eightfold is a fairly new player in the HR tech space. Their system works alongside your ATS and/or HRIS to mine millions of data points to allow you to make better talent decisions. Of course this is the most laymen.
Organizations of all sizes are seeing a greater need for learning and development (L&D). According to the 2017 Training Industry Report , spending on training climbed nearly 33% to $90.6 billion in the U.S. last year.
National Teaching Day is a great time to celebrate the contributions of not just teachers who taught us in school, but to express appreciation for the valuable lessons received from workplace mentors. Teachers and mentors both play a crucial role in our personal development.
Getting a job doesn’t mean a person is done learning — in most cases, it means they’ve just begun. While they’ll certainly pick up skills as they take on a new job and different tasks, there’s a lot more that can be learned. That’s where you come in. Also read: Why Microlearning Should Become Part of Your Training Program.
Most workers are classified as either an independent contractor or employee. Independent contractors usually have the freedom to set their own hours and choose their own tasks whereas employees work the hours set by their employer and have little or no say in their assigned duties. Only employees, however, are eligible for benefits.
It's International Coaching Week, so we thought we'd bust some common myths about professional coaching. It used to be that sports coaches were the only kind of coaches around, but a new kind of coach is permeating life and work. But that doesn't mean people understand what today's coaching is all about. Engagement Coaching Personal Growth
As a business leader – do you want to increase your confidence and success? Do you want more time to focus on high value tasks and decisions? Do you want your employees functioning at optimal productivity levels? Most leaders would say “yes, yes and YES!”
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is considering entering the long and cumbersome process of rulemaking in an effort to create a clear standard for determining what puts two or more employers in a joint-employment relationship under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).
This post has been a long time in the works. I think it’s fair to say that #MeToo and #TimesUp movements have changed us – both individually and organizationally. While so much progress has happened in a short period of time, there are still many conversations that need to happen and a lot of action to be taken.
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