Two years into the pandemic, the reality of overworked health care workers hit the ceiling: doctors and nurses working overtime, health care workers quitting in unprecedented numbers and delays at local pharmacies due to a lack of technicians.
Amid accelerated changes in the world of work, employers are quickly turning to reskilling and upskilling their workforce to outrun the pace of skills depreciation.
As organizations navigate the ongoing resignation trends and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, employers are embracing on-the-job training as a critical effort to attract, upskill and retain talent.
The key to winning the war on talent is to implement learning and career development opportunities that fits around a busy work-life balance. Here's a practical approach to providing a flexible, cost-effective education benefit in your organization.
You need to plan effectively and invest intelligently. And that starts with understanding what it is you're trying to achieve.