There’s no question that employee training is an ongoing debate within organizations: is it really worth the investment? Find out in this this Employee Training Worth the Investment? infographic from ReadyTech.
It’s easy for someone to call themselves a leader, but to truly deserve the title, he or she needs to not only manage a team but to manage it well. It’s also clear that the greatest leaders are prone to seeking knowledge and committed to always learning – but why?
It’s not enough to throw out a standard retirement plan and health insurance and call it a day. Millennials are now driving the need for comprehensive and diverse benefits like financial wellness training.
New findings have discovered that employees are using social media to learn new career skills. With platforms like twitter and YouTube, professionals can develop professionally with the click of a mouse. In addition, learners can take graduate-level classes online for only a piece of the cost.
The National Science Board issued a companion policy statement saying that, “Our Nation’s Future Competitiveness Relies on Building a Stem-capable U.S. Workforce.” The NSB offered some ideas to help build the U.S. workforce of the future.
Many professionals need continuing education in order to keep their skills up to date. This continuing education is generally measured in continuing education units, or CEUs. Learn how to help your employees earn CEUs.
One of your most important tasks as a manager is to help members of your team develop professionally and reach their full potential. Download our professional development plan template for managers and help your employees set and reach goals
We are often asked for course recommendations by our users. When there are many courses available that on the surface will suit their requirements, we look at reviews from people who have formerly taken the course to help them find the best one possible. Check out this list of finance courses in New York City that have been highly reviewed by our users!
Many companies are working hard to set up learning and development programs. Yet, in some cases there is a disconnect. Learning and development programs are in place, but employees are not engaging with these opportunities. We have come up with four common reasons that employees might not be engaging with the development opportunities their workplaces are providing.
Learning doesn’t end once you get a job. With increasing competition and ever-changing industries, it is critical for professionals to continue learning and developing their knowledge and skill set. That’s where professional training courses (such as those here on Findcourses.com) come in to play. But did you know that as a professional, you can (in some cases) write off tax for work-related professional development? Here we outline some of the basics about which professional development opportunities are actually tax deductible.
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