AIR is working with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) to better understand and strengthen the current state of education and career preparedness in Human Resources.
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The Department of Education has contracted AIR to evaluate the impact of the use of a literacy-focused workbook in English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction on adult learners.
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) and the Department of Defense (DoD) have worked with AIR since 2002 to identify best practices and set the standard for medical team training. A major result of this partnership was the development of TeamSTEPPS™ or Team Strategies and Tools for Enhancing Performance and Patient Safety.
AIR, in conjunction with Carilion Medical Center, is developing a series of socio-technical probabilistic risk assessment (ST-PRA) models to evaluate the effectiveness of team training in health care.
The Department of Labor (DOL) and Department of Defense (DoD) contracted with AIR to provide technical assistance to grantees during the first year implementation of the Military Spouse Career Advancement Account (CAA) demonstration.
Brochure describing information technology careers for military spouses.
Brochure describing health care careers for military spouses.
Soft skills, the employability skills that speak to a worker’s interpersonal skills and character, rose to prominence in the early 1990s as a critical component of worker productivity with the Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS). Today, the need to coach new hires about soft skills is an accepted fact among employers and those who prepare individuals for the workforce.
The U.S. Army identified the retention of qualified personnel as a key component of its personnel management strategy, and therefore ARI established a research program on Strategies to Enhance Retention. This program, called “STAY,” sought to improve both enlisted and officer retention, with the AIR work focused specifically on improving the retention of the Army’s junior, company-grade officers beyond the first active duty service obligation (ADSO).