Learning and Development

What is Learning and Development?


‘Learning and Development’ refers to the collective employee improvement programs undertaken by the HR of a company. It is also called ‘training and development’ in some organizations.


Learning and development is a significant part of a company’s talent management strategy and it helps the individual employees set goals and performance metrics that align with the company’s vision and mission.


HRs are generally tasked with the duty of identifying the skill gaps in a company by having employee audits or one-on-one interviews with the employees. Once the common skills gaps are found, it can be filled by scheduling relevant training sessions.


More HR Terms

Performance Improvement

What is Performance Improvement? ‘Performance Improvement’ refers to the set of actions taken by an organization to improve the efficiency of a particular process or


What is Downshifting?   ‘Downshifting’ refers to the slowing down of the pace of life as one begins to appreciate the finer things in life.

Anti-discrimination Law

What is Anti-discrimination Law?   ‘Anti-discrimination Law’ is the set of rules designed to protect the employees from discrimination based on their age, race, gender,

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