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Based on 34 responses, the job of Learning and Development Specialist has received a job satisfaction rating of 4 out of 5. On average, Learning and Development Specialists are highly satisfied with their job.
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January 2019
"Massive cultural exchage. Everyone has different background here."
Learning and Development Specialist in Jakarta:
Pros: National and International exposure. Everything you need to know, you get it here.
Cons: Traffic jam
June 2020
"I love what I do!!"
Learning and Development Specialist in Waynesboro:
Pros: It provide me the opportunity to work with teachers and parents at the same time.
Cons: Nothing
September 2014
"Corporate Culture."
Learning and Development Specialist:
Pros: Work flexibility, office conditions.
Cons: Stress level, management, overtime.
January 2015
"Great variety, rewarding coaching, keeps you young at heart!"
Learning and Development Specialist:
Pros: -The variety (teaching, public speaking, research, coaching, advising) -Working with young people (17-35) -Collaborative team environment & with other members of millennial generation. -Supportive of families and work-life balance. -Extensive profess
Cons: -Long commute. -Parking very expensive and not paid for by employer. -Not a lot of room for career growth in this particular role. -Union environment. -Low to average pay for the role. -Morale of other units.
January 2015
Learning and Development Specialist:
Pros: Engaging with people and exchanging ideas; meeting an eclectic group of people.
Cons: Lack of proper structure and planning.
August 2016
"Fulfilment of sharing expertees and capacitate."
Learning and Development Specialist:
Pros: Advocating societies about multiple intelligences; different learning styles and differentiation strategies to be applied in the class so to help ALL learners into their learning style.
Cons: When parents do no play their role as parents including loving and caring for their children while b pregnant until birth. Also for teachers who do not want to get out of their comfort zones and teach learners the way learners would learn.
January 2017
"Impacting Lives."
Learning and Development Specialist in Accra:
Pros: Meeting people from all walks of life and helping them be the best they can on the job by empowering them with the required knowledge, skills and competencies while shaping their attitudes.
Cons: Communicating no on-boarding to a nonperforming trainee.