- Measuring the Impact of Career Development Services in Canada: Current and Preferred Practices. Lalande, Vivian; Magnusson, Kris // Canadian Journal of Counselling / Revue Canadienne de Counseling;Jul2007, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p133
There is a lack of knowledge regarding the value and impact of career development services, particularly in Canada. The goals of this research were to better understand career development services' evaluation practices and the value of these practices from the perspectives of Canadian agencies,...
- Create on-the-job learning. // Managing People at Work;Nov2011, Issue 356, p1
The article offers advice for employers to promote an on-the-job learning for employees in order to thrust more value out of them and create career paths for them to grow and thrive without leaving the company.
- PEOPLE. // State Journal (WV);5/6/2011, Vol. 27 Issue 18, p31
The article focuses on the career developments and achievements of several university employees and professors in West Virginia which includes the recognition of professor Burnis R. Morris as the 2011-2012 Distinguished John Deaver Drinko Academy Fellow, the presentation of the 2011 Outstanding...
- Best Expatriate Assignments Require Much Thought, Even More Planning. Minton-Eversole, Theresa // HR Magazine;Dec2008 SHRM's 2009 HR Trend, Vol. 53, p74
The article reports that international assignments are fast becoming key components of leadership and employee development. Employers can nurture this global mindset in employees by developing certain personal attributes, according to research conducted by the global relocation company Worldwide...
- Keep them at the table. SHEPHERD, LEAH CARLSON // Employee Benefit News;Jul2008, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p37
The article offers employee retention tips for U.S. employers. According to Gregg Landers of CBIZ, the way to retain Generation Yers is through career development, while Generation Xers want flexible schedules and extra time off. MetLife reports that about 87% of employees cited salary as a very...
- Help for job seekers. // Crain's Detroit Business;8/17/2009, Vol. 25 Issue 32, p22
The article introduces a series of articles related to career transition. Some other topics are also presented including a calendar of job-and training related events in Detroit, Michigan, and news stories affecting the job market.
- Forging career paths without a degree. BURGOINE, LAURA // Prague Post;6/20/2012, Vol. 21 Issue 25, pA14
The article reports on the career offered at Prague Hotel Marriott without university credentials by hiring students and supporting employees, who are pursuing further study.
- Employers failing on development. Phillips, Lucy // People Management;4/5/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p13
The article presents the result of a study on career development support in Great Britain. Only a third (30%) of nearly 1,000 employees surveyed by Blessing White felt their employers' existing approaches to career development were hitting the mark, even though almost half(48%) believed their...
- Stay in Asia...just, stay in Asia. Chee Sing Chan // Enterprise Innovation;Jun2008, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p4
The author reflects on relocation to foreign countries to pursue career opportunities. She cites her recent discussion with an experienced Asian Information Technology (IT) executive who received an offer from his firm to be relocated to New York to take a global position at the firm's...