June 21, 2011
With a median salary of $75,000, learning and development
(L&D) professionals are paid relatively well compared to
other HR professionals and the general workforce, but pay levels
have not increased, on average, in the last four years. Also
unchanged is the gend...
(From Canadian HR Reporter) -- Slightly more than one-third
(36 per cent) of Canadian workers are seriously considering leaving
their organization, up sharply from 26 per cent in 2006. Another 22
per cent are indifferent about leaving but are increasingly
(From hrmagazine.co.uk) -- As the Pensions Bill makes its way
through The Commons, older workers are still often neglected when
it comes to training and performance management according to a
report this week from the CIPD. The Employee Outlook: Focus on an Ageing Workfo...
June 14, 2011
(From Business Wire) -- With expectations that hiring activity will
increase this year and next, HR departments at a large number of
U.S. employers say that talent and performance management
technology systems will be one of the most critical HR service
delivery issues ...
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