Looking back on 2020, and looking forward to nascent employment trends for 2021, several factors can give us hope for an uptick in learning and career growth.
What can we do to put the struggling workforce back on track?
The coronavirus pandemic has hurt community colleges and, therefore, the entire career training ecosystem.
In deploying skills assessments, L&D can more effectively target training to areas of the organization that require certain skills.
Employers should look inward and prioritize reskilling and upskilling existing employees to close the technical skills gap pervading the modern workforce.
Reskilling employees to fill high-demand positions is much less expensive and often more effective than recruiting outside of the organization.
Credly, a leader in digital credentials, has announced a new offering that provides reliable workforce analytics and skills visibility for enterprises.
Learning leaders play an integral role in ensuring the organization uses its time, money and resources well by conducting effective needs assessments in times of organizational crisis.
A task analysis that captures a deep understanding of what your high performers do that sets them apart is a tremendous tool for any L&D team.