How is the country’s largest employer poised to face changes and demand in skills-based training? Indian Railways is the 4th largest rail network in the world and the largest employer in the country with 1.4 million employees. [i] The sector grew at a CAGR of 9.66 %...read more
Indian organizations are veritable fertile grounds of skilling and knowledge sharing. Private sector forms 75% of India's investment demand according to an HSBC (2016) report. The transformational effects of in-house corporate skill development programs through...read more
Yogesh is a practicing HR Professional with over 24 years of experience in Hospitality, Retail and Real Estate Industry. His experience spans multiple roles and assignments across operations and HR domain. Yogesh is currently engaged as Customer Care Associate and...read more
As Head – HR for Kewal Kiran Clothing Ltd, Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Chauhan looks after a gamut of HR functions including manufacturing plants for more than 2000 employees. He is instrumental in implementing Corporate HR strategies, OD interventions and Change Management. He...read more
In a career spanning more than 19 years, Mr. Hemant Jaiswal has spent over 11 years in key positions in the Hospitality sector. Currently, as Director of Human Resources, he manages HR and IR functions at the Flagship hotel, Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai. The Taj Mahal...read more
If you would like to pursue your dream of solving complex technical problems or would like to bring about change in the society through scientific means whether or not you are an engineer then Atkins is the place for you.read more
Andy Palmer, BT Group Head of Skills, talks about the importance of having apprenticeship training in order to hone the skills of employeesread more
This research conducted by Nicholas Biddle, Clare Brennan and Mandy Yap has thrown up interesting insights about effectiveness of traineeships and apprenticeships…read more
In a bid to popularize the apprenticeship way of life, the role of higher education institutes cannot be discounted. And South Gloucestershire and Stroud Collegeread more
Every city goes through its crisis of skills gaps and it is very important for each city to devise programs to meet the skills needs of the local economies. Apprenticeships are coming in handy as a binding force between education and employment and are helping cities...read more
In what is a collaboration between the industry and a Skills University, Gates India has partnered with TeamLease Skills University to promote education and employment oriented skills.read more
“Buhler is a multinational enterprise with HQ in Switzerland. Its Indian arm has been battling a 5% attrition (it’s much lower than the industry average) and wanted to address skill shortages in key areas.
This case study is about how Buhler decided to use the path of apprenticeships intelligently to bring in training and HR development intervention to derive business benefits through people driven policies.
Is there a connection between apprenticeships and Learning & Development? Some of the industry leaders believe so.
Companies are looking at redesigning their L&D programs to not just up the learning ability of the organization and getting that extra edge,
Trump plans push for programs that train white-collar workers on the jobread more
Have you heard of a 4-year college program that imparts valuable skills that make you instantly employable and pays you upwards of 50,000 dollars a year? The Apprenticeship School at Newport News, Virginia (USA) is one such program…read more