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CEO and cofounder of Gloat Ben Reuveni says careers are no longer ladders—they are lattices of vertical and horizontal opportunities, shaped by personal and professional aspirations, in addition to company needs.
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Just as career paths are becoming less linear, so, too, are the ways employees learn and develop new skills. Today, career development is complex, occurring across multiple mediums inside and outside of the workplace. It’s driven as much by employee passions and interests as it is by the paramete...
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Careers were always linear, with every worker climbing the corporate ladder, rising from an individual contributor to a manager and then further upwards.
This structure is now getting outdated.
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Navigating through the Covid-19 pandemic in March 2020 caused organisations to work remotely and find ways to cut spending. However, companies significantly increased their spending on digital technologies for employees.
Over 50% of midsized companies increased their spendi...
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Your company’s culture plays a critical role in whether employees feel welcomed and valued by their company and peers. It also impacts employee morale and—inevitably—employee turnover.
Be on the lookout for classic signs of an unhealthy corporate culture, such as gossip...
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