Skills Gaps: The Hidden Costs of Ignoring Employee Development

Publisher: Nestor

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The current and future world of work is best characterized by uncertainty and continuous development, in large part driven by technological breakthroughs and new ways of seeing, understanding, and doing work. And in such a rapidly evolving context, it’s no wonder skills gaps have become one of the most pressing concerns for organizations across the globe. If you’re still not convinced that addressing skills gaps has become a business imperative, let’s look at the main hidden costs and impact of not dealing with them.