Developing employees’ skills helps an organization remain competitive, but training is offered most often to managers and team leaders, according to a new Randstad RiseSmart global survey.
Internships represent a tremendous two-way opportunity for colleges and universities to partner with local businesses, writes columnist Matthew Burr, SHRM-SCP. These partnerships can truly make an impact on the educational institution, the partnering organization and, most importantly, the student.
Uber Freight has implemented live chats, just-in-time learning, video instructions and simulated learning tools during the coronavirus pandemic.
Employers like Walmart and IBM are looking for a method to match skilled workers to open positions. One option is the learning and employment record–a portable, digital source of information about a person’s learning and on-the-job training, writes Larry Hatch of The National Student Clearinghouse.
Members of the Texas A&M University-San Antonio student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management find value in an externship that takes student members to local businesses for two days to see how HR is practiced in the real world.
In this second in a series of articles, SHRM Online looks at some of the ways organizations are adapting their internships during the COVID-19 pandemic to prepare young adults for the workplace.