Why should you pay attention to employee skill gaps?
52% of workers say they will need to learn new skills within the next year to continue their current job.¹ A “skill gap” occurs when your current workforce doesn’t have all the necessary skills your business needs to reach its goals. Improving your employee training programs can help address skill gaps. Download our free whitepaper, “How to identify and fill skills gaps in the workplace,” to learn how to:
- Identify employee skill gaps
- Perform a skill audit
- Review self-assessments and KPIs
- Create skill development plans
¹According to The University of Phoenix Career Optimism Index™ Study 2022
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