By Agata Nowakowska
It’s World Day for Health & Safety at work.
Before I go any further, let’s look at some numbers.
- 621,000 – roughly the number of workers who sustained a non-fatal injury at work during 2015-2016.
By Norman Ford
For the past 14 years April 28th is an important date on the calendars for those of us involved in compliance.
Because the 28th of April was chosen by the International Labour Organization (ILO), a group of 187 member states whose goal is to promote decent working conditions for all women and men, as the day to shine a spotlight on Health and Safety at work.Read more
By Potoula Chresomales
Nothing succeeds like success
We just migrated our 2000th client to Skillport 8i. Not only that, we did it faster than anticipated with more than 50% switching in the last 10 months.Read more
By Heide Abelli
In my 25 years and counting in business and as a female executive, I’ve remained disappointed and surprised by the fact that we are still fighting to have more women in leadership roles.Read more
By David Wentworth
The number one learning priority for organizations is to more closely align learning to business goals.
So why do 57% of companies say they are not aligned?
And if we are not delivering learning that improves performance, why are we doing it at all?Read more
By Tara O’Sullivan
If it wasn’t already obvious from my earlier posts, I am a passionate, and outspoken feminist. And proud of it. So I was more than taken aback when I recently had an animated discussion on the subject of feminism with a colleague who expressed that being openly feminist in the workplace can be detrimental to your career.Read more
By Orange Grove Consulting
Question—Why are there still so few women and minorities in the workforce?
Answer—The “pipeline”—there just aren’t any women or minorities with the right skills available for hire.