Close knowledge gaps with reskilling instead of hiring
Companies are investing in teaching their employees new skills — it might make sense for you too.
There is a widening gap between open jobs and the number of skilled people capable of filling them. Digitization, automation, and advances in artificial intelligence are increasingly disrupting jobs across a broad spectrum of industries. More work is done by less people, and the work being done is exceedingly more complex.
As companies invest in new technologies, they expect to be able to hire new employees to fill the roles that are created.
Unfortunately, there simply aren’t enough skilled workers to meet the demand. The current tightness in the job market is exasperating what was already seen as a critical challenge six years ago.
So, companies are being forced to address the shortage of skilled workers beyond just hiring their way out of the problem. The way they prepare today will likely determine their future success.
Download the White Paper to gain insights into how organizations have turned to reskilling their workforce, as well as practical methods to close workforce gaps by reskilling.
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