Employee learning has tended to be something imposed on staff rather than built around them but, writes Karen King, working practices evolve - and so should your business's approach to training
Should learning be something that is ‘done to' people - that is to say, they are booked in and then ticked off until the same time next year? Or should learning be so important, it should be lived, breathed...
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RLAM's Senior Fund Manager, Richard Marwood outlines the background to how investors fell ‘out of love’ with the UK market but points to positive signs of a recovery.