It’s time to give learning and development the royal recognition it deserves

by Jan 28, 20192019 awards, Awards news, In the press

It’s common knowledge that business conditions in the UK today are far from optimal. Employers are faced with economic uncertainty, widening skills gaps and lagging productivity.

And what’s more problematic is that these aren’t simple issues to fix – there’s no one-size-fits-all answer. As such, it’s easy to see why the level of worry is high and the level of business confidence is low.

However, the outlook doesn’t need to be so pessimistic. There are certain methods that employers can utilise to ensure their businesses are fighting fit and can handle whatever problems head their way. One of those is investment in learning and development programmes.

Read the full article on the Personnel Today website: https://www.personneltoday.com/hr/its-time-to-give-learning-and-development-the-royal-recognition-it-deserves/

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