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8 Training Programs for employers to help you close the skills gap found within your business

By Business, Employee Management, Natural HR, News, Performance Management

Whether a company has hired new employees, launched a new product, or wants to keep its employees safe, employee training programs are needed throughout the lifecycle of their employment with your company. Assigning the proper training to your staff enables employees to better perform at their jobs. But why would an employee invest time and money in the development of their workforce? For your business, employee training can have several benefits, including: Increased profit and growth. Better industry reputation Deeper skill succession pipelines. Reduced employee turnover. More skilled workers. Likewise, what do your staff gain from training? Career advancement. Self-development….

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#CIPDACE21: Opening the door and closing the skills gap with the help of your HR platform.

By Performance Management, Personal Development, Recruitment, Talent Management

Looking at the news, you would have seen the skill shortages within the HGV industry and their impact on the United Kingdom. But outside that industry, it sets a worrying view on the impact of a skills shortage. Why? Because for countless other industries, this shortage could be just on the horizon if findings by McKinsey are to be believed. Their report suggests that the current skills gap with the UK will only get bigger and that in 2021, they discovered that 44% of their respondents say their organisations will face skill gaps within the next five years, up to…

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What is Talent Management, and why is it so crucial to having a successful business?

By Employee Engagement, Employee Management, HR News, HR Software, Natural HR

Talent management is about how those in a position of recruiting and managing teams within a company take a strategic approach to attracting, retaining, and developing a workforce. In 2021, a company requires long-term planning as you’ll no longer be employing someone to perform one task. Instead, you’ll need to develop, plan and build a workforce that can grow over time, implement new strategies, options or training and, as a result, feed that back into the business. This will all be done by developing the workforce’s skills, investing in both learning and skill development and managing and optimising the performance…

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