How the early careers market will solve the skills gap crisis
The pandemic is ending, but the aftermath is now causing its own set of unique challenges for leaders to tackle today. The Great Resignation is seeing more people leave their organisations than ever before, flipping the market from employer-led to employee-led overnight.
For HR this means a wave of new challenges to recruit talent. And with 1 in 4 young people resigning because they want to gain more future-oriented skills, it’s clear that a focus on skills development is a key priority to address.
Solutions include looking at the next generation of talent and equipping them with the updated, relevant set of skills that businesses need today and, in the future, – a move that will make them the most valuable asset as they enter the workforce.
In this webinar hosted by HRD Connect and Avado, you will:
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