We are changing the way we learn, and one Singapore startup sees an opportunity to reimagine the way we train, upskill, and expand our knowledge.
HR leaders and security teams need to work together to build a security-driven culture if they want to continue remote working and become agile.
Worries about employability and a drive to switch industries are keeping SG workers online to learn.
Old ways of predicting skill needs aren’t working. HR leaders need a dynamic skills strategy that enables employees to learn and apply desirable new skills quickly and effectively.
A Gartner research shows employees are only applying 54% of new skills they learn despite change in job needs.
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Partnership with GO1 to offer over 100 free microlearning courses for professional development and training.
Provides L&D organizations with the ability to tailor make online courses with expert advice.
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Employers say training staff for new tech is challenging, yet trail peers in investing in professional training.
Employers see the potential but need to do more to prepare their employees.
Despite wanting to manage complex and hybrid environments, many have no time to learn.
To combat the talent shortage, CIOs need to “grow their own,” implementing a systematic method to develop the skills needed with existing employees.
Training is becoming vital to transforming new hires into IT all-stars.
Are initiatives like Singapore's Smart Nation enough? Or do we need to relook at how we are training our future IT pros?
Businesses still not doing enough in preparing their employees or adding more flexible working policies.
New solutions are helping to connect HR systems and employees across the cloud and on-premise for rapid onboarding.