Month: August 2020

Top 5 Ways Workplace Tech Helps Keep Front-line Workers Safe

Maintaining a safe workplace must begin with clear, consistent, real-time communication. Article Author:  Cristian Grossmann, CEO, Beekeeper There are more than 2 billion front-line workers around the world. They are healthcare workers, transit operators, construction crews, and retail associates, to name just a few. Now they go by another name—essential workers. They are the ones …

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Transforming Knowledge Assessment

How training providers are increasing access to qualifications using new Web-based proctoring technology. Article Author:  Siobhan Ogilvy, Marketing Director, TestReach Across the globe, there is an ever-increasing demand for education, qualifications, and certification. Our World in Datashows that our world will be inhabited by more and more educated people: In 1970, there were approximately 700 …

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8 Things Leaders Can Do to Cut Out “Noise” at Work (and Why We Must)

Excerpt from “NOISE: Living and Leading When Nobody Can Focus” by Joe McCormack (Wiley, December 2019). Article Author:  Joseph McCormack Remember when we thought “more” was better? In a more innocent time, leaders really believed the more information people had, the smarter they’d be, the better decisions they’d make, and the greater success they’d have. …

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The VET sector we need post-COVID?

The Mitchell Institute’s latest paper looks at VET in the post-COVID world. Whenever that is! It maintains “the sector is not currently equipped to respond to these questions with the agility and reliability that’s required.” Here’s why they think that. Why are there issues? First, the authors – Sarah Pilcher and Peter Hurley – point …

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