August 31, 2011
As I have mentioned many times in my blog posts, ASTD members who
engage in the public workforce system have access and information
to many opportunities for the organizations. There are many ways
to get engaged. From serving on at local or state Workforce Board,
August 30, 2011
(From abc.net.au) -- The Federal Government is defending its
multi-billion dollar skills training program aimed at easing
Australia's critical skills shortage.
The program was set up by the Rudd government in 2008 and was
designed to provide hundreds of thousands of tra...
(From PRWEB) -- Jazzing up the workplace. That's what many
organisations are doing in order to recruit and retain the future
engines of their workforce -- the 'twenty somethings' or Gen Y.
Taking the lead are multinationals with an offering of interesting
perks, such as...
(From Canadian HR Reporter) -- i4CP sent a newsletter recently
commenting on the need for "integrated" to be added to the term
"talent management" in order to update it and make it more powerful
as they suggest in a new book. They mention the number of providers
in the ...
August 25, 2011
(From International Business Times) -- In new research released
today, it was revealed that 44% of new recruits are falling short
of employer expectations. The opinions of more than 2,000 employers and employees were
gathered by recruitment specialist Hudson for its ann...
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