We have a growing skills gap. The World Economic Forum (2020) anticipated a rise in the need for skills in automation, AI, machine learning and more, as well as ongoing demand for more ‘human’ skills such as creativity, negotiation and emotional intelligence.
Employers have understood they are going to have to upskill existing team members or recruit new skills to their organisation to remain competitive. So, how prepared are we? What skills will we need and most of all, what do our employees think of all this? Our impartial report researching 500 L&D leaders and 500 employees reveals many core challenges.
The Skills Gap Analysis
The phrase ‘skills gap’ is used often in the current climate in the news and media. But what does it really mean, and what is the current state of the skills gap? Download this infographic to get a visual highlight and understanding of the looming skills gap and to identify some of the core skills needed to keep pace with modern technology.
For a more in-depth analysis, download our state of the skills gap eBook available to get a better understanding of the looming skills gap. Here we identify some of the core skills needed to keep pace with modern technology and look at how business can adapt.