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Stagnant budgets challenging spend on wellbeing

L&D professionals believe mental health and wellbeing is the most important eLearning topic for the next 12 months, research* from DeltaNet International has shown. This is closely followed by stress management training for employees, as 88% of employers said they are worried about how the cost-of-living crisis is affecting employees.

Contributor:  Chris Chappell, Head of Content - DeltaNet International | Published: 28 November 2022

Lack of upskilling opportunities tops the list for leavers

New study also reveals employees are spending an average of nearly 7 hours each month and nearly £2.6K each year of their money to ensure they have the right skills at work. Qlik supports Learning at Work Week 2022 (16th to 22nd May) to encourage more learning in the workplace and put a spotlight on the missed upskilling opportunity.

Contributor: Kevin Hanegan, Chief Learning Officer - Qlik | Published: 30 May 2022

There are worrying gaps in cybersecurity training in law firms

New research just published among UK legal professionals suggests that the risk of cyber attacks is a growing concern for most law firms, although there is a worrying minority that is still complacent about the risks.

Contributor: Mike East, VP Sales EMEA - Menlo Security | Published: 29 May 2022

Worrying shortfalls in employee training revealed

Research by enterprise LMS provider Digits into workplace training suggests that many employers are underinvesting in their staff and may not be providing enough – or the right types of – regular training to support them in their roles.

Contributor: Emma-Louise Jones, Digits | Published: 1 May 2022

UK workers want to upskill this year

A survey of the nation’s workforce indicated that employees are feeling more optimistic about career goals in 2022 compared with last year – with over half (52%) saying they wanted a promotion in 2022, and 69% wanting increased job satisfaction in the new year compared to 2021. Employers are being urged to make the most of this national appetite for workplace skills development, to boost business growth.

Contributor: Hattie Scott - 23red | Published: 12 February 2022

Mixed blessings over Levelling Up white paper

There are a number of laudable intentions outlined in the White Paper and as a trade body representing over a 1000 recruitment companies and outsourcers across the UK, we look forward to working with the Government to “increase pay, employment and productivity in every area of the UK.” 

Contributor: Tania Bowers - APSCo | Published: 8 February 2022

The path to net zero requires a green skill focus

As the UK moves towards its net zero goals, it faces a myriad of skill shortages across all industries and sectors, as the government puts added pressure on businesses to decarbonise for the future. This transition to net zero creates new economic opportunities as new roles are required to manage new and emerging technologies, but also requires new skills in the UK’s workforce. Businesses must take responsibility for their workforce and ensure they promote green skills learning and mindsets when it comes to maintaining high-quality human capital in their organisations, says Rehan Haque, CEO of

Contributor: Rehan Haque, | Published: 3 January 2022

Identifying women suffering from domestic verbal abuse

New research* from beauty company Avon and the NO MORE Foundation, reveals that one in five women are consistently subjected to verbal abuse by an intimate partner.

Contributor: Angela Cretu | Published: 1 December 2021

Many British frontline workers fear job loss from reporting workplace issues

To read the full report visit:   SafetyCulture’s new mobile-first ‘issues’ feature is available now via iAuditor for free. For information on how organizations can get started and gain real-time insight into what is happening in the field visit:

Contributor: Darren Winterford, SafetyCulture | Published: 13 November 2021