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DeVry University and UNCF (United Negro College Fund) joined forces to help students of color earn skill-based credentials in eight to 18 months.
The employee-employer dynamic has shifted over the recent years. Employees now expect more than a paycheck from the companies to which they give their time, and they’re more than willing to leave if they don’t get it.
While skills gaps and labor shortages are common across nearly every industry, the problem has become particularly apparent in manufacturing, construction, shipping, transportation and energy.
From computer engineers to sales representatives, Lenovo prioritizes training their future leaders to ensure success as the business evolves – and continuous learning and development (L&D) is key to long-term success.
Future-ready organizations are defined by their ability to adapt to changing situations. Most these organizations are built on the principles of digital innovation, agility, resilience and partnership.