Seven Types of Support and Training Managers Need

seven types of training and support managers need

We have all heard about the importance of learning and development, aka training, yet not many employers do it. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employers with fewer than 100 employees provided only 0.8 hours – that’s only 12 minutes – of manager training per six-month period. Organizations with 100-500 employees provided only 0.9 hours (6 minutes) […]

Workology Launches 2021 #HR Professional Development Survey

With more than 8,000 published articles, podcasts, webinars, and videos since 2005, here at Workology we’re focused on providing workplace practitioners with the information, knowledge, and support you need to be successful. We also share best practices and recommend resources to 90,0000 Workology newsletter subscribers. We work hard to be a trusted resource for you, […]

Missed SHRM#18? How to Convince Your Boss to Send You to #SHRM19

missed #shrm18? How to convince your boss to attend #shrm19

Did you suffer serious FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) this year during the SHRM annual conference? Mark your calendars: the annual SHRM conference for 2019 will be held in Las Vegas from June 23 – 26! Sure, its possible to keep up with some of the takeaways virtually, but there is certainly something to be […]

How to Develop Young Leaders in the Workplace

how to develop young leaders in the workplace

A company is only as successful as its employees and in order for medium sized and large corporations to thrive they need to establish a team of young leaders who have the passion and enthusiasm to help the corporation grow. These days, more than a quarter of leaders in the workplace are aged between 20 […]

Trust Me, I Don’t Want Your Job!

Trust Me, I Don’t Want Your Job! Trust only goes so far where it pertains to employee and employer. It’s not a whole-hearted trust, but more like an “I trust you for now” sentiment. I personally have experienced the strangest culmination of trust issues in the workplace.  My issues with one of my employer’s began […]

Are You “D.E.P.P.” Certified?

Have you earned your DEPP™? I have read enough LinkedIn profiles and resumes to realize that adjectives have taken over. There is an adjective-based claim that many people are making that I believe needs some sort of certification. It seems there are growing numbers of DEPPs in every profession. Dedicated, Engaged, Passionate Professional. All I need […]