With mass shootings on the rise, experts share best practices for training employees how to react in an active shooter situation at work.
On May 29, Starbucks closed more than 8,000 of its stores early to provide four hours of anti-bias training to 175,000 employees across the U.S. The training, according to Starbucks, was intended to be “a conversation and learning session on…
This year’s ATD International Conference and Exposition started with a bang, featuring a keynote by former President Barack Obama.
Two mayors outline the future of work and the impact of innovation and automation on cities.
Equal Pay Day is a symbolic marker to raise awareness of the gender pay gap. Dozens pushed for gender parity at a Chicago rally organized by Women Employed.
Companies spend millions on sexual harassment training and often don’t see desired results. Could virtual reality provide employees with the empathy necessary to finally improve the problem?
CLOs differ in opinion on the best way corporate universities should collaborate with academic institutions.
The popularity of transcendental meditation in business is growing, and for good reason. The practice is shown to improve productivity and benefit the bottom line.
Organizations say advancing women is a critical issue, yet structural barriers and gender bias continue to contribute to the lack of women in leadership roles.
Jeremy Bailenson, director of the Doctoral Program in Communication at Stanford University, explores the uses and potential of VR.
Increasing ethnic, cultural and gender diversity in leadership roles can have big benefits for those involved and your bottom line.
Waves of resistance against sexual harassment are sweeping the country. What role do CLOs play and what responsibility do they shoulder?
To make prevention of sexual harassment in the workplace a C-suite priority in 2018, leaders are tasked with creating an inclusive culture that treats women with respect.
As we kick off 2018, L&D experts weigh in on the future of classroom learning.
Technology vendor Grovo is attempting to put its stamp on this L&D buzzword.
The proposed GOP tax plan would eliminate a tax exclusion for employer-based tuition assistance. SHRM members are protesting the exclusions on Capitol Hill.
Partnerships between companies and colleges target local workforce needs and create economic opportunity.