XpertHR's annual survey of learning and development budgets suggests that median spend is similar to previous years, but this disguises variations by sector. Many public sector organisations continue to reduce training spend, despite the need for provision in this area as they seek to innovate and transform the way they deliver public services.
Our annual learning and development survey examines steps taken by employers to increase the cost effectiveness of training and reveals the impact of these changes.
The latest XpertHR research reveals the latest trends in learning and development expenditure and how far budgets for training are being squeezed.
A model contract clause to allow your organisation to reclaim training costs if the employee resigns during the training or within a certain period of the training being completed.
A model letter requiring an employee to repay training costs if he or she resigns.
A model letter to inform an employee who has resigned that he or she is required to repay training costs to the organisation.
Practical guidance on recouping training costs from an employee who leaves, including obtaining express written agreement in advance; a sliding scale for recovery; and deductions from wages.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to learning and development costs and budget.