Reduce Gender Bias in the Workplace

HOW DIGITAL CREDENTIALS CAN SURFACE COMPETENCY & LEVEL THE PLAYING FIELD Men and women are still not equal when it comes to opportunities in the workplace. There is a systemic gender bias that happens during the hiring and promotion process in corporations that allows male leaders to rise to the C-Suite (95% of C-Level executives […]

Employer Engagement Field Guide

This Field Guide provides strategies to help your higher education institution develop and launch workforce-relevant digital credentials that are responsive to local employers and the regional economy. Education providers that follow the advice embedded in this field guide will empower their students, employees, members, and stakeholders to successfully navigate the modern labor market with verifiable knowledge […]

The Future of Human Capital Management – How Organisations Benefit from Issuing Digital Credentials

Digital credentials are a powerful resource for human capital management to address the global talent shortage and skills gap. A growing number of organisations, including Fortune 500 companies like IBM and Microsoft, are using digital credentials to improve workforce readiness, upskill employees, identify talent pools, and create more effective learning and development initiatives. This white […]

The Future of Human Capital Management – How Individuals Benefit from Earning Digital Credentials

Digital credentials are a powerful resource for human capital management to address the global talent shortage and skills gap. A growing number of organisations, including Fortune 500 companies like IBM and Microsoft, are using digital credentials to improve workforce readiness, upskill employees, identify talent pools, and create more effective learning and development initiatives. This white […]

IBM – Pioneering Digital Credential Application: Part 1

  Susan Manning: Welcome to the Credly Podcast. Where we touch base with our issuers, earners and partners. And explore themes of interest in digital credentialing. I’m Susan Manning.I’m speaking with David Leaser. David is the Senior Program Executive for  Innovation and Growth Initiatives at IBM. Welcome David. David: Thank you for having me. Susan […]

IBM – Pioneering Digital Credential Application: Part 2

  Susan Manning: Welcome to the Credly podcast where we touch base with our issuers, earners and partners and explore themes of interest in digital credentialing. I’m Susan Manning. Earlier I spoke with David Leaser, the senior program executive for Innovation and Growth Initiatives at IBM. And I’m going to continue that conversation. So welcome […]

DO YOU KNOW HOW TO KEEP UP WITH THE SKILLS GAP?

The skills gap – defined as the divide between the skills employers expect employees to have versus the skills employees and job seekers actually possess – is becoming more obvious now that the workforce is stuck between baby boomers and Gen Z. There is a disconnect between the skills that an older generation holds, and […]

CAN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE REDUCE HIRING BIAS?

It’s not just women who are inherently at a disadvantage during the hiring process; minorities are as well. Automation software was designed to supplement, not replace, the need for face-to-face interaction during hiring because of its ease of use and ability to cut back on the noise of unqualified job applicants. Is it possible that […]

CLIENT SUCCESS SPOTLIGHT: ORACLE CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

Helping clients create successful digital credentialing programs is what keeps Credly motivated, and nothing makes the Credly team happier than when the results exceed expectations. That’s the case with the Oracle Certification Program. Oracle was an early adopter of digital credentials, putting them to work to provide verified, portable, future-proof credentials to participants of its […]

FOUR STEPS TO ADVANCE WOMEN IN THE WORKFORCE

Regardless of age, women are a valuable part of the workforce. From baby boomers to millennials, women who continue to work through life changes are a valuable asset to organisations that are dedicated to training and developing their workforce. Since the post-recession era in the late 1990s, there has been a steady exodus of women […]