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Don't retreat from worker retraining
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A revelatory exchange in one of the Minnesota's many gubernatorial candidate debates occurred on Sept. 15, when a question via video was posed to the candidates by state economist Tom Stinson: "What role if any should state government play in rebuilding the skills of the unemployed, and the long-term unemployed, so that they can be employable in the future?" More



TaskStream offers evidencing learning for continuing education and training
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TaskStream, a corporate sponsor of IACET, is the leading provider of Web-based technology for facilitating outcomes-based learning and assessment. TaskStream is pleased to announce a webinar on Sept. 30, at 3 p.m. EDT to demonstrate their turnkey, Web-based solution for addressing the needs of the IACET community. To register for the webcast, please visit the registration page here. To learn more, visit www.taskstream.com or e-mail info@taskstream.com. More

Colorado School of Public Health gets $3.2 million fed grant for training center
Denver Business Journal    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
The Colorado School of Public Health will receive $3.2 million over 5 years to support a new Public Health Training Center. The Colorado school, founded in 2008, is a joint venture of the University of Colorado Denver, Colorado State University and the University of Northern Colorado. The federal funding of $649,497 a year is one of 27 grants for public-health training announced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. More

How to sharpen your skills between jobs
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Whether going through a period of unemployment or transitioning careers, workers can remain productive by enhancing their skills. Many workers in the United States are facing unemployment or considering career changes to improve their professional prospects. However, being between jobs does not necessarily lead to falling behind professionally, as these in-between periods can be used to preserve or enhance one's work skills, obtain relevant experience and boost marketable traits that appeal to hiring managers. With more impressive qualifications, the job hunt is likelier to be successful. More

Forgotten boomers again looking to retirement post-recession
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The first of 78 million baby boomers turned 60 four years ago, and 2008 was supposed to see a huge number of retirements. But then the economy faltered, housing values plummeted, retirement portfolios shrank, and boomers who thought they had planned for financial security decided to postpone retirement for a few years. Now that those boomers are turning 64 and the economy is recovering, employers better start giving serious thought to the wave of retirements that is sure to come – if not this year, soon, predicts MRINetwork, one of the world's largest search and recruitment organizations. More

In air-crash probe, a wider look at pilots and training
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Rules to ensure airline pilots work shorter schedules and rest more are just one outcome of a Colgan Air commuter jet crash 18 months ago near Buffalo that killed 50 people. The accident investigation raised questions about crew scheduling and fatigue, and pointed to errors at the heart of pilot training, management, and professionalism. A decades-overdue overhaul of regulations on pilot fatigue was announced late last week by the Federal Aviation Administration. Lawmakers in Washington, D.C. also are discussing the quality of training of flight crews, and how to improve pilot qualifications and training standards. More

New training books aim to help the growing Hispanic workforce in US
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Almost one quarter of the current U.S. workforce is Hispanic, and that number is predicted to soar to 55 percent of the nation's workforce by 2050. Given that over half of Hispanic workers report that they don't speak English very well, there is a huge and growing potential for errors caused by miscommunication or misunderstanding. This can lead to customer service issues, increased costs, lost productivity, and more. More

Making the business case for training and development: 5 steps for success
UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Human resource and talent management professionals can turn today's economic challenges into opportunity and become true strategic partners by creating strong business cases for their learning and development initiatives. To do so, HR can no longer measure the return-on-investment of learning and development after the programs have been implemented. Instead, they should calculate and anticipate the returns these initiatives will have on their organization's bottom line. More
 

 
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