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Ericsson Launches Slew of Initiatives to Reskill Employees

Ericsson has launched a slew of initiatives to help employees adapt to the new ways of working in an efficient and productive manner.

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HR Service Center Moves, Offers Convenient Options for All Employees

All appointments, including same-day options, may be scheduled using the online scheduling tool or by contacting the Employee Service Center (740-593-1636 | uhr@ohio.edu

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86% of Singapore Employees Want Employers to Invest in Tech Skills Training

Nine in 10 employees in Singapore are keen for their employers to invest in tech skills training, a recent study by UiPath has found.

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Employees Turning to Self-Directed Learning During Pandemic

The pandemic is driving employees’ appetite for self-directed learning. Organizations must provide adequate learning resources to employees.

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Theratechnologies Hires Vice President, Human Resources

Theratechnologies Inc, a biopharmaceutical company, announced that Mr. André Dupras is joining the Company as Vice President, Human Resources.

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Northeastern University Partners With the Academy To Innovate HR

Northeastern University is a private research university based in Boston, Massachusetts, with over a century of academic excellence.

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Amazon Launches Free Courses for Leaders Ready for Digital Transformation

The curriculum, ‘Machine Learning Essentials for Business and Technical Decision-makers’, is a series of three 30-minute courses.

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Four Experts Across IT, Startups, Academia, and HR Offer Insights on Moneycontrol Masterclass at 6 PM Today

Decoding the spike in the post-COVID demand, and salaries of engineers.

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The Six Most Inspirational HR and Management Books for 2021

Which books should HR professionals be adding to their reading lists for 2021? We explore the shortlist for the ‘HR and Management’ category of the Business Book Awards.

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77% of Indian Companies Offer Training to All Employees; Highest in the World

Around 81% of Indian companies said they maintain skills inventories – far more than any other region.