TJ Newsflash: 18 March
Some big news to lead us off this week. Read on for all the latest...
TJ editor-in-chief to leave the Journal after 24 years - Learning News
Confronting the digital skills gap will see increased employability rates and staff retainment, from Generation Boomer to Generation Alpha - FE News
Learning apps have boomed in the pandemic. Now comes the real test - The Economic Times
UK workers denied opportunities for training and learning, claims new survey - Education Technology
Nicole Sahin on why the global talent pool is your new competitive advantage.
As the four-day week gains traction Dawn Brown points out the drawbacks and suggests increased flexibility is a necessity to attract and retain the best talent.
As the workforce embraces age diversity, Pam Hamilton offers her advice for inter-generational teams.
A report published today has revealed the extent of ageist attitudes across the UK, and how they harm the health and wellbeing of everyone in society as we grow older.
Louise Doyle has a cautionary tale for employer providers delivering apprenticeships under government funded arrangements.
Managers back apprenticeships for workers of all ages as a way to overturn the long-term employer underinvestment in skills, according to a new survey of 1,640 managers by the Chartered Management...