Irish organisations prioritise training and development
Approximately 2.91 per cent of the payroll in Irish organisations is being spent annually on learning and development, according to the recent IITD survey on learning and development activity, budgeting and current trends
Organisations are making significant investment in training and development with the express intent of enhancing the knowledge, skills and abilities of employees in a bid to boost individual and organisational performance, according to Sinead Heneghan, chief executive of IITD.
Approximately 2.91 per cent of the payroll in Irish organisations is being spent annually on learning and development, according to the recent IITD survey on learning and development activity, budgeting and current trends, she said.
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