As each year passes, the view that salary transparency is the remedy for pay inequality, particularly the gender pay gap, is surging. Many argue it’s the best opportunity to eliminate bias within the workplace and increase diversity within organizations. Here's how we can level the playing field.
What does it say about the L&D industry when nearly a quarter of our survey respondents want to leave the profession altogether? Find out more here.
Our survey found that for those who want to advance in their career, lack of opportunities seems to be the main barrier to progression. Read on to learn more about the challenges UK L&D professionals' are facing around career advancement.
Despite over a quarter of respondents not having had a pay rise in the last 12 months, we found that over half of the respondents we surveyed are satisfied with their current salary. Read on to learn more about L&D professionals' satisfaction with their salaries in 2022.
To enable great employee development, employers need to provide a psychologically safe workplace, support from mentors and coaches, clear pathways for progress, and measurable results. In this article, we examine five methods UK organisations can use to promote better employee development.
Building a learning and development cycle is quite like riding a bicycle—set the wheels in motion, and it becomes easier to maintain a constant rhythm. Read on to learn what a true learning and development cycle really looks like.
In this section, we delve into the topic of the UK gender pay gap in more detail, and offer some practical strategies employers can use to meaningfully address these disparities.
Learn UK L&D salary averages for 2022 and see how salaries correlate with job titles, education, experience, and sector.
Moving to a more performance-based approach as a way for the L&D department to get a seat at the table is critical to success of L&D functions now and in the future. Here's how to get started.
Are you being paid fairly? Learn average 2022 UK salaries and L&D trends around professional development barriers, gender pay gaps, and ways to help you make the biggest possible learning impact.
In this article, we delve into why a learning and development plan is critical to employee retention and explain what you can do to ensure the success of your plan.
In this article, we delve deeper into the key elements of a good L&D strategy including how to incorporate collaborative learning, on-the-job learning, and formal training into your L&D initiatives. Plus, we show you how to shape your plans.