Supporting the extended enterprise for healthcare
New systems, stricter regulations, changing technology, and more patients – keeping your workforce skilled and up to date is an even bigger challenge today. Yet it’s not just your own workforce you need to worry about. Keeping your extended team—providers, contractors, and vendors—trained and in compliance is just as crucial to ensuring efficiency, profitability, and most critically, your ability to deliver high-quality, patient-centered care. Cornerstone’s Extended Enterprise solution helps healthcare organisations solve all these challenges. New systems, stricter regulations, changing technology, and more patients – keeping your workforce skilled and up to date is an even bigger challenge today. Yet it’s not just your own workforce you need to worry about. Keeping your extended team—providers, contractors, and vendors—trained and in compliance is just as crucial to ensuring efficiency, profitability, and most critically, your ability to deliver high-quality, patient-centered care. Cornerstone’s Extended Enterprise solution helps healthcare organisations solve all these challenges.
Core HR function: Anticipating skills requirements
The human resources discipline encompasses a wide variety of roles and responsibilities, all centred around the employee. These tasks span everything from recruitment, payroll and administration to strategic workforce planning and training. The number one purpose of HR, however, is to manage skills. This means ensuring that the company possesses the knowledge and expertise it needs not only to manage day-to-day business and contribute to the company’s success, but also to anticipate future talent requirements. This is particularly true in times of talent shortage. It is up to companies to equip themselves with the concepts and solutions needed to meet these challenges.
Build power skills everyone needs for success in manufacturing
According to Deloitte, 4.6 million manufacturing employees will be needed by 2028, but 2.4 million of those jobs may go unfilled if steps are not taken to ensure proper training, putting $2.5 trillion in manufacturing GDP at risk. And unlike most industries affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, a shift to remote work was not possible for many manufacturing employees, as they are needed to operate factories and production plants. It is therefore critical for manufacturing organisations to focus on reskilling and upskilling to retain their employees and provide them with the opportunity to grow their careers through skill building.
Nothing pays off better than learning
Examining the cost savings and benefits of Cornerstone’s learning and content solutions.
LMS vs. LXP vs. TXP – A Complete Guide to Help You Decide What You Need
The Utility of the LMS and LXP — and the Vision of the Cornerstone TXP
Building a workforce skilled for any future
Our initial research during the height of the pandemic last year uncovered what we at Cornerstone have coined “the skills confidence gap”, essentially the gap in confidence levels between employers and employees on an organisation’s skills development support. Two years later, we wanted to see whether the pandemic served only to exacerbate this problem, or whether it has improved skills development initiatives across different organisations. We conducted another round of research and found that, unfortunately, the gap seems to be widening.
Inclusive skill building for the modern employee
Give your teams the essential skills training they need when you add the Cornerstone Professional Skills subscription to your content library. You can empower your workforce with training for building vital communication skills, improve their strategic thinking, become empathetic leaders, and develop more savvy business skills.
Spotlight on Amplifon: Making learning available anywhere and anytime
A history of excellence in hearing aids
UK Regional Report: Addressing the Global Skills Shortage
The new realities of work are creating long-term impacts — good and bad — for your organisation and people. The organisations that aren't struggling to navigate this uncharted wilderness succeed because they focus on developing the skills of their people.
Cornerstone Charts Strong 2022 Business Momentum
If our Q1 2022 trends are any indication, there's a rising demand at organisations for strategies and technologies that connect skills, learning, people experience and organisational agility.
Symphony RetailAI and Cognita Schools: Successfully deploying a centralised HR process while meeting local needs
When you’re a global organisation, the idea of remote work is hardly novel. Coordinating employees spread across different countries and time zones has always been part of the job for HR departments of widespread organisations. However, managing this complexity is never easy, and success lies in choosing the right strategy: Is it better to have multiple decentralised local approaches, or a single centralised global one? Besides having a global footprint, Symphony RetailAI and Cognita Schools couldn’t be any more different. Yet they have both found success in managing their global teams by adopting similar approaches that leverage an AI-powered platform.
Webinar: The HR Reset
Join us to discover why HR as we know it is no longer fit for purpose. Will you do what it takes to really change your culture and instead work with supporting processes instead of hindering people with old-fashioned talent processes, succession planning, and reward/bonus structures? How can we change the traditional processes to accommodate the needs of the future workforce?