5 Steps to Powering Continuous Learning in an Evolving Workplace
Continuous learning and reskilling will help employers and employees alike face the challenge of keeping up with the ever-changing skill requirements of the evolving workplace.
As automation and digitalization continuously reinvent work, employers and employees alike face the urgent challenge of keeping up with ever shifting skill requirements. Doing so effectively in an endlessly evolving workplace, however, requires that organizations move from episodic corporate training to continuous, on-demand learning.
It’s a formidable challenge. According to the World Economic Forum (WEF), by 2022, no less than 54% of all employees will require significant re- and upskilling. Of these, about 35% are expected to require additional training of up to six months.
To keep pace with changing skill requirements, HR leaders must understand the changing nature of work.