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Training and its impact on employee retention

According to a report carried out by Oxford Economics, replacing members of staff costs £30,614 on average per employee. This is due to the cost...

Onboarding new employees

Do you remember what you wanted to be when you grew up? Are you currently pursuing that career or doing something completely different? It is...

What is skill fade and how to combat it?

Even though every business tries to teach employees to the best of its abilities, a fair amount of knowledge will be lost over time. From teaching...

Corporate sales training - a fresh approach

Let’s be honest for a minute. If you let your staff know they’ve got a corporate sales training course coming up, chances are they won’t be overly...

The 7 habits of inspirational L&D professionals

Highly effective Learning and Development professionals have seven habits which define the learning process within an organisation. The habits are...

How to engage the modern employee

For quite some time, classroom training has been the preferred teaching method for most learning institutions. Children enter this environment on...

How to inspire a culture of learning

Organisations that value learning will outperform those that don't. Or, at least, that's what many people believe. At Wranx, we're of the opinion...

Continuous learning is the goal of 70:20:10

The 70:20:10 model for learning and development originates from research carried out in the 1980s. In the 1994 book Career Architect Development...

A culture of learning thrives on innovation

Even though every business longs for highly motivated employees that possess a desire to learn, develop and grow, it is usually very difficult to...