Feb 4, 2021

PwC have reported that half of all employees will need reskilling by 2025 to remain employable. They have issued a report with the World Economic Forum which outlines four key areas that demand urgent action by governments, businesses and other stakeholders. This provides really interesting reading on how we need to be preparing our people and organisations for the future…

A report by PwC and the World Economic Forum urges bold action on upskilling to create inclusive economies and societies

In recent years, the rise of automation and new technologies has transformed the world of work. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated these trends and widened inequalities, resulting in the urgent need for large-scale upskilling and reskilling to ensure people around the world develop the skills they need for the jobs of today and tomorrow.  

In our new report, developed in collaboration with the World Economic Forum, we make the case for upskilling and highlight some of the challenges, including the disconnect between current education programmes and the skills employers need now and in the future. We also recommend steps businesses and policymakers can take to create more inclusive and sustainable economies.

View the full article here.

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