Deloitte On Learning & Development

Posted in : HR Updates ROI on 3 June 2015
Valerie Daunt
Deloitte

This year, corporate learning and development (L&D) burst onto the scene as one of the most pressing business and talent issues facing our global survey respondents. Business and HR leaders report that corporate learning capabilities are waning (39 percent say the problem is “very important” more than three times last year’s percentage), and companies are now competing heavily for new technology and professional skills. The research tells us that 2015 will be a critical year for targeted investment in learning. 

 

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Valerie Daunt
Deloitte

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