Tight budget? Please don't chop T&D

By making learning and development a strategic priority, employers can benefit from measurable return on investment
By Karmen Blackwood
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 02/06/2015

Training and development dollars are often the first to disappear when organizations tighten belts, which is unfortunate — developing staff is essential to the success of any organization.


While many managers pay lip service to the importance of creating an organizational learning culture, in a faced-paced world where people are being pulled in 100 different directions, and dealing with sometimes severe resource constraints, other priorities often take precedence.