Compliance training is frequently defined as “the process of educating employees on the laws, regulations and company policies that apply to their day-to-day job responsibilities.” In practice, however, compliance training often combines both “training” and “certification.” We see this in one of the informal definitions of compliance training as a system that needs to “check that employees have certain knowledge and skills [certification] and make sure they learn them, if not [training].”
In the last couple of years, the world has finally caught onto an idea that has long been obvious to anyone who paused to actually think about it: Jobs are disappearing due to increasing automation, and unless something changes, within a couple of decades, unemployment rates of 20% or even much higher might become the new normal all over the world.
How can Big Data help L&D in your business? Jan Sramek explains.
The introduction of Big Data into HR has been accelerating recently. So far, the applications centre mostly around a few distinct areas, including recruiting, compensation, and to a lesser degree, performance management. However, not much has changed when it comes to Big Data within learning & development.