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Hiring Our Heroes: Next StepsFiled under: Adult Learning, Human Capital Investment, Hiring and Developing Veterans
Everyone's talking about hiring Veterans. But that's just the beginning. Without specific strategies and programs in place, the Veterans we hire today may be gone tomorrow. Retaining a Veteran in the civilian workforce is not all that different than retaining other top talent. Yet there are differences. This webinar brings to light some of the things your organization can do today to leverage the differences and understand the needs - all from the point of view of a Veteran who has been there.View the page >>
Informal Learning. Implications and New Opportunities and What They Mean to Your CEO.Filed under: Adult Learning, Human Capital Investment
Experts state that today 80% of learning in organizations comes from informal learning. Learning leaders try to manage it. CEOs want the increase in human capital it creates. How informal learning is viewed, managed, and funded is vastly different between important constituencies of the enterprise. With the accelerating retirement of the baby boomers, organizations that understand the implications for these key constituencies and find innovative ways to leverage their informal learning initiatives will create competitive advantage.View the page >>
Investing in Veterans: The Need for Career and Education AdvisingFiled under: Adult Learning, Leadership Development, Workforce Performance, Human Capital Investment, Hiring and Developing Veterans
In this new study, the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) identifies the obstacles Veterans encounter when they navigate the higher education system and labor market. The study identifies what Veterans need to transition to civilian life, complete degrees, and pursue satisfying careers.
The study also uncovers solutions and strategies to help Veterans make the most of the GI Bill and prior learning through skills assessments, career exploration, and skilled guidance from advisors who are familiar with Veteran strengths and challenges.