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Whether you need to provide long-term development planning or just-in-time training, your learning strategy should give employees the skills and support they need excel at their jobs. You can create a learning culture with continuous learning programs supplemented with the right learning content for your organization. Discover ways to develop your learning strategy and measure its effectiveness in training your employees.

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You Know What Happens When You Assume? Not Informal Learning

Blog | Author: Andrew Bateman | Source: HCI | Published: March 5, 2014

Perhaps organizations’ biggest false assumption about informal learning is that its occurrence in the day-to-day is assumed. Some organizations may lump informal learning with experiential learning which is something entirely different. Possibly because it’s so ingrained in the talent lifecycle; experiential learning feels assumed. Most organizations have the proper structure to guide employees to where experiential learning can be assumed. If it’s not happening as it should, performance suffers and becomes immediately apparent and immediately addressed.

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Leaving the Nest: Turning Former Employees into Organizational Alumni

Blog | Author: Sanjay Sathe | Source: HCI | Published: December 19, 2013

In today’s economic landscape downsizing and restructuring is a necessary part of business. When that time comes, HR must be cognizant not only of managing risk and keeping costs down, but also how to best transition employees out of the organization – often by utilizing outplacement services.   The same is true for when an employee voluntarily leaves an organization – how that exit is handled is critical in the long run. As companies go through this process they should see this as an opportunity to create organizational brand ambassadors out of these alumni.

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