Cegos Observatory Barometer Survey 2015
The Cegos Observatory conducted this study between April and May 2015, with 2,500 employees (who had all been involved in training courses) and 600 HRDs-Training Managers (all working in private-sector companies with over 50 employees).
In each of the 5 countries, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Spain and Italy, 500 employees and 120 HRDs-Training Managers responded to the survey.
The Cegos Group, a worldwide leader in training and development, has published the results of its annual survey, called The Cegos Observatory’s Barometer: Training and Development in Europe.
Around 600 Human resources Directors (HRDs)/Training Managers and 2,500 employees were interviewed for the project, across France, Germany, Spain, Italy and the UK. The overall findings of the survey reflected the fact that many companies still do not rank training as a strategic priority – with the notable exception of the UK.
José Montes, the Chairman of the Cegos Group, concludes:
“We have been conducting this study on training & development and practices in companies for almost 15 years. The 2015 results show major, positive changes: the modernisation of training practices and use of digital tools, the satisfaction of employees trained, etc.
More than ever, however, our mission as an international leader is to help HR and training managers to position skills development a strategic priority in their companies, by leveraging three key areas: digital tools to accelerate transformation and learning, irreproachable content quality and the assessment of the impact and effectiveness of the training courses delivered.”