Everyone keeps talking about new, hybrid ways of working and learning, but what do they actually mean by these terms? The reality is that most organisations don’t really know – they are still figuring it out and that’s fair enough because the world is in a state of flux and uncertainty. Today’s work environment looks very different to yesterday’s work environment.
5App and Hemsley Fraser: working in partnership to transform how businesses develop, communicate and engage with employees in a hybrid world
New research from 5App and global learning and development experts, Hemsley Fraser, reveals what will be key concerns for L&D this year.
The first thing to do when planning your content curation strategy is to consider what content curation is, how it applies to your organisation and your learners and what you want it to achieve.
Content curation really took off in the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic as learning teams went all out to gather and share the resources and tools that employees needed. And on the whole, it worked.
You don’t need a crystal ball to know that 2022 is going to be a busy year for Learning and Development teams. Hybrid working and learning, skills, knowledge sharing and collaboration, tech innovation, recruitment and retention, wellbeing, diversity and inclusion are important issues L&D and business leaders will face this year and through 2023 as well.
Over the past few months 5App has been looking at the impact of hybrid on working and learning. Reskilling and upskilling remain high on the list for learning professionals. But what happens when reskilling and upskilling and the hybrid model collide?
For many organisations there has been a big shift in the number of people working remotely. This mix of people in different locations - offices or remotely - and at different times is reflected in the term hybrid working. One question many organisations are wrestling with is how best to support learning and development needs in this context - in other words, how do we support a hybrid learning experience?
Research by Josh Bersin found that it costs roughly $30,000 or more to recruit a mid-career software engineer earning £150,000-200,000 a year (recruitment fees, recruiting technology, advertising, onboarding and increased risk of rapid turnover), compared to $20,000 or less to reskill an employee.
Recently an extensive piece of research on employee experience (EX) was carried out by The Josh Bersin Company, with participation from 982 organisations. Read the insights and take aways from 5App's Head of Product, Duncan Barrett.
Over half the global workforce will require reskilling by 2025, according to the World Economic Forum (WEF). In it’s The Future of Jobs Report 2020, the WEF predicts that 85 million jobs will be redundant by then due to tech innovation and automation, while 97 million new roles will be created.
To mark Mental Health Awareness week 2021, we take a look at the importance of relevant, accessible wellbeing resources in supporting good mental health.