Learning and Development

Learning and development have become common workplace terms with many organizations devoting full-time staff and entire departments and sometimes incorporating entire corporate universities for the structured learning and development of their employees. This is great for Gen Yers because they will show up, even in the interview, wanting to know how the company will invest in their personal learning and development. Providing these opportunities will be a core component of employing Gen Y.

For employers who do not have a learning and development mindset, it’s time to start. It doesn’t have to be a budget-buster. Mentoring programs can be implemented very cost-effectively as can Leaders as Teachers programs. In both of ...

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