As the skills employees need to support business operations are evolving in the digital economy, nearly all industries are impacted by skills gaps. The skills gap is especially present in health care industry.
Technology is transforming the marketplace in bold and amazing ways. About every business in the developed world is using automation to some degree to free up resources, improve processes and reduce costs.
Central to the future of work are workers themselves. How can we make sure that our business strategies are considering employees’ needs and supporting their development?
NIIT Limited, a leader in skills and talent development, is collaborating with Automation Anywhere, a leader in robotic process automation (RPA), to deliver comprehensive RPA workshops to developers, students and IT professionals across India.
AI, automation and international competition are changing the ways companies operate, offering a tremendous opportunity for HR and L&D leaders to ensure that employees remain relevant to the organization and its business goals.
iSpring Solutions Inc., a global leader in eLearning software and services, announced the groundbreaking update of iSpring Learn, its award-winning LMS. The release introduces two big advancements: smart course assignments and online content authoring.
JFF, a national nonprofit, announced the launch of an ambitious framework to define a new category of employers adopting talent strategies that make a positive impact on workers who are at risk of being displaced by artificial intelligence and automation.
Arguably the greatest benefit to humanity that our robot employees can provide is mitigating risk from dangerous jobs. Automation may have its drawbacks, but when it comes to safety and injury prevention, the results are hard to argue with.