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A Clear View of the Talent Lifecycle: Learning [Part 7]

“One of the most important (yet often least respected) parts of business is corporate training. U.S. businesses spend on average over $60 billion per ...
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5 Surprising Employee Development Statistics You Don't Know

UPDATED 11/2016: This article has been updated to reflect newer statistics found on employee development. To read more on employee development, check out these articles: 7 Ways to Improve Employee Development Programs How to Squeeze Professional Development Into Your 2017 HR Budget Balancing Employee Development Needs to Make Everyone Happy
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Why the Human Side of Onboarding is the Most Important Side

   Most readers of this blog are recruiters or HR professionals. When these professionals see the word “onboarding” they think compliance, policy and the paperwork triathlon that seem to go into creating a complete file. Although vital, this is only one side of the process; the human side of onboarding is just as vital, if not more.
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4 Ways Talent Alignment Will Change Employee Development and Succession Planning Forever

Note: This is a guest post written by Matt Norman, President of Dale Carnegie Training North Central US. You can follow him on Twitter at @mattnorman or read his blog at www.normanblogger.com. In a recent global survey of executives, Dale Carnegie Training found that the top three “people” priorities today are: Leadership Development Leadership Continuity/Succession Planning Employee Engagement
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