TJ Newsflash: 29 June

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Written by Debbie Carter on 29 June 2022 in News

This week’s look at the news, reviews and research for all those working in HR, talent, skills and workplace learning and organisational development.

Today we look at new research from the Learning & Work Institute (L&W) exploring how we can help young people gain the skills to help the UK achieve its ‘green’ targets. A new report from Beamery indicates employers don’t trust WFH as truly productive. A podcast from the CIPD, recorded at the Festival of Work, discusses accessibility and inclusion in learning design. McKinsey asks: “If we’re all so busy, why isn’t anything getting done?” And our final item is a video from BBC News showing the challenges of coming out at work.

Skills for a net-zero economy: Insights from employers and young people – Learning & Work Institute

Employers don't trust that WFH is productive – Beamery

Evidence-based L&D: One size doesn’t fit all… or can it? – The CIPD

If we’re all so busy, why isn’t anything getting done? – McKinsey & Company

Why I kept my sexuality a secret at work – BBC News


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