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November 2022

November 2022

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2022 Training Industry Report

U.S. training expenditures passed the $100 billion-mark for the first time in 2021-2022, according to Training magazine's 2022 Training Industry Report.

Pay Up!

Average trainer salaries jumped 5 percent in 2021-2022 to $91,474, according to Training’s annual Salary Survey.

The BIG Investment

With rising costs and belt-tightening seemingly all around us, I was worried that organizations might be doing some trimming of their own in the learning and development area. Fortunately, that does not appear to be the case, based on Training magazine’s 2022 Training Industry Report.

5 Mentoring Mythbusters

Formal mentoring programs help connect employees to their workplace, but some common myths about mentoring persist.

Bringing Home More Bacon

Pay rate, job security, shift/schedule, and work enjoyment are top priorities for U.S. employees looking for a job.

Sticky Notes: Soft Skills: A Key Part of the Equation

Organizations need to always remember the importance of soft skills and the training required to continuously hone them.

Training Hall of Fame Outstanding Training Initiatives (November 2022)

Each year Training magazine requires all Training Hall of Famers to submit an Outstanding Training Initiative that is shared with our readers. Here are the details of IBM’s pre-hire experience, Start at IBM Learning, and KLA Corporation’s Values In Action (VIA) program for senior leaders.

New Training Partnerships and Alliances (November 2022)

The latest training industry mergers, acquisitions, partnerships, and more.

New Products and Services (November 2022)

The latest products and services launching in the training industry.

Successful Training Starts and Ends with Managers

When managers are closely involved in training before and after, employees are more likely to learn and retain more, yielding a higher ROI.

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