With cyberattacks increasing dramatically after the pandemic, TalentLMS and Kenna Security teamed up to gauge employees’ awareness and knowledge of cybersecurity risks. While 59% of employees received cybersecurity training from their companies in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the survey uncovered that these initiatives have been insufficient.
No matter your career level, personal development is always important. Personal development skills are qualities and abilities that help you grow both personally and professionally.
Skill: noun – In the workplace it is “A particular ability that you develop through training and experience and that is useful in a job.”
Skilling: noun/verb – Also in the workplace is “The action of training a worker to do a particular task.”
Obstacles caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have necessitated many companies to restructure their talent management strategies. Employee development is more critical than ever before. Regardless, research results indicate that only about half (54%) of HR professionals say their organization has a career development process.
A new survey conducted by TalentLMS looked at how remote work training and work habits have changed since 2019 – now that remote work is the norm rather than the exception. They strived to answer one main question – does offering your remote workforce training opportunities make a difference in their performance, happiness, and company loyalty?
One of the biggest issues for newly minted supervisors and managers is that their buddies now report to them. So how does one go from buddy to supervisor? It’s common for many new supervisors or managers to forget their role and ignore the performance issues. They don’t want to rock the boat and want to keep their personal friendships.
According to research by Glassdoor, great employee onboarding can improve employee retention by 82% and boost productivity by more than 70%. Employee performance improves and turnover is reduced, which gives organizations a key advantage over their competition.
Digital transformation has widespread support among managers and employees, but some think that the pace of change at their companies could be faster, they could be more involved than they are, and they are unsure of how it will affect their jobs or pay, according to a global survey commissioned by Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
Most chief people officers (CPOs) realize they need new skills to meet the demand of the 21st century role, but few are prepared, citing a lack of development and investment from the C-suite. This is according to a new study by HR People + Strategy (SHRM's Executive Network of business and thought leaders in human resources) and with Willis Towers Watson, a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company.
While it’s fairly easy to evaluate a candidate’s hard skills, soft skills prove much more difficult to evaluate – but are often as or more important.
A new report from TalentLMS and Harvard University reveals how companies can take better care of their top performers and prevent them from leaving. The survey report reveals the reasons why managers stay loyal to their companies and what makes them consider leaving.
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