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Developing your partners, suppliers, consultants, and contractors isn't instinctive to any company, who always considers only their full-time staff to be eligible for training.
When planning for training and skill development, embrace the whole ecosystem.
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Spending years in the classroom to learn a subject is keeping the individual unproductive.
Shortening the educational time commitment, and providing more hands-on work experience can make mastering skills easier and provide the young workforce with tangible, real-world skill-sets like confi...
Old-school learning techniques that involve huge investments of time and money are getting increasingly unfeasible.
New ways to learn, using various online tools, allows people to upgrade and refresh their skills. There are peer-to-peer learning platforms where experts are teaching how t...
Periods of unemployment and gaps in work are usually looked down upon by companies.
These periods can be opportunities to gain new skills and refresh old ones. Unemployment benefits can include training and professional development, helping people who are out of job, adapt and ...
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As more workers move into the gig economy, they will need to self-direct their learning and decide what knowledge they’re missing, where to acquire it, and how to fit learning into daily routines. Beyond personalized learning, they’ll need personalized career pathing.
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This article underscores the importance of having an educated workforce.
While fighting the new virus economy worldwide has seen a huge growth in unemployment. Therefore, measures are to be taken and this as soon as possible. Maybe the most significant factor into getting the economy worldwide back on track is getting people back to work. One efficient way to do this ...
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