Guest Blog by Kayla Mattews
The workplace has changed immensely in the past few decades. You may work for a large global trading company, or a locally owned business. Regardless of business type or size, chances are you could be dealing with both a local and global business.
Even without offices abroad, thanks to technological advances, many employees often work with colleagues or clients in other areas of the world. Employees themselves are typically trained to fulfill duties within their specific office or geographical area. In order to manage and implement effective training and development, it’s important that HR managers remember to focus both globally and locally.