Future-Proof Your Workforce with Skills Mapping

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Over 60% of today’s students will graduate into jobs that don’t yet exist.[1]

Automation and digital technologies are bringing about monumental change in the workplace, driving the half-life of skills down from four to five years to only 12 to 18 months.[2] This trend could mean by 2030, 375 million workers globally may need to be ready to switch occupational categories and adapt to co-exist with machines.[3]

This trend is keeping HR focused on recruiting and retaining top talent. Yet, while the skills an employee walks through the door with are important, it’s also crucial to proactively manage how they develop their skills throughout their career with your organization. That’s why so many employers are embracing skills mapping, the systematic process of measuring and improving these critical skills within an employee population.

In this playbook, you’ll learn about:

  • Three of the most common challenges organizations face when implementing a skills-mapping strategy.
  • The foundations of skills mapping your workforce.
  • How skills mapping will prepare your organization to meet the future of work.

[1] “Chapter 1: The Future of Jobs and Skills,” World Economic Forum
[2] “Careers and learning: Real time, all the time,” Deloitte Insights
[3] “Jobs lost, jobs gained: What the future of work will mean for jobs, skills, and wages,” McKinsey & Company

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