Learning and development

Don’t get left behind: L&D in the digital age

Transformation in learning and development is seriously lagging behind and failing to keep up with user demand


HR’s view on the 2020 Budget

HR magazine spoke to professionals in the sector to gauge the reaction to the UK’s new financial plans

Digital transformation is top skills issue

Businesses across Europe are facing a major skills challenge caused by digital transformation, with many struggling to keep pace with learning and development (L&D) needs, according to Skillsoft...

Internships “crucial” for non-Russell-Group graduates

Eighty-three per cent of recent non-Russell-Group graduates feel that they wouldn’t have been able to secure their first graduate role without an internship, compared to just 14% of their Russell...

Is microaggression D&I training a step too far?

Training can certainly increase awareness of ignorant comments, but can also cause divisions and hypersensitivity

Dynamism is for the public sector too

?In the first of a series of four articles, discover how a highly-engaged workplace culture can transform performance in public sector organisations

Higher education has greater salary impact for men

Men gain more financially from higher education qualifications than women, The Institute for Fiscal Studies’ research has found

HRD's pocket guide to... microcredentials

The HRD’s pocket guide series offers an explanation of areas outside day-to-day HR that business-savvy HRDs need to have a handle on

Line managers need better support

Line managers are reportedly under work-related pressure from a number of directions

Upskilling and 'human digitisation' at Henkel

Staff at Henkel identified what skills were needed to take jobs forward on the organisation’s journey to digitisation, and paths were created for managers and blue-collar workers

Employees’ poor people skills negatively affecting SMEs

Employees with bad people skills have lost clients for a third of UK SMEs, according to Tempo research

UK workers’ potential being squandered

Just 33% of working-age people in the UK feel positive about their future career prospects, according to research from City & Guilds

Learning and development