I work in the railroad industry where we have about 1500 hourly maintenance employees and 350 salary employees.
We currently split “ownership” of learning/training where HR owns salary and our Maintenance Operations group owns hourly.
We are pitching to leadership that there should be one enterprise-wide L&D team to manage ALL training.
Leadership is asking for benchmarks! Google isn’t helping me.
Would you be so kind as to share what your companies do for the following?
✴ Salary Employees
✴ Hourly Employees
✴ Hours spent learning/training annually
✴ Dollars spent per year per employee on learning/training
✴ Of training offered, what percent is Required vs Optional
✴ Of training offered, what percent is on “leadership” and what percent is competency/skills-based