TJ Newsflash: 21 June

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Written by Debbie Carter on 21 June 2022 in News
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The latest news for HR, talent, and learning and organisational development leaders selected by the TJ editorial team

Many learning specialists are confused about what it means to be a learning professional – take a look at the video on the Learning Network’s latest research. Hear how 10 global companies are embedding D&I across their organisations in new research from Oracle. Research from ADP shows it’s no longer salary that attracts new talent but flexible working. While Legal & General predict the migration of young professionals to coastal and rural areas could be a catalyst for levelling up. And finally, Forbes’ Queens of Culture say authenticity is their superpower!

9 out of 10 want greater professionalisation in L&D – Learning News

Addressing diversity and inclusion: Going beyond the benchmark – Oracle

People at Work 2022: A Global Workforce View – ADP Research

Is the brain drain going into reverse? – Legal & General

Why The Forbes Queens Of Culture Say Authenticity Is Your Superpower – Forbes 

 

 

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