How Remote Learning keeps you moving in crisis

You might have already come across a plethora of articles on COVID-19. Of course, all that knowledge is critical to the current situation. But if you have observed closely, there's one truth that's becoming more and more evident. The pandemic has pushed us off the edge. Now, we can choose to fall or fly. If you choose to fly, then welcome to the fourth industrial age. Many industrial experts believe that this is the decade for the next industrial revolution, and remote work will finally claim its due respect. However, they also warned us of the shortage of required skill sets. "There are three main revolutionary macroeconomic trends that will have major impacts on business: the mainstreaming of the flexible workforce, use of technology, and a skills shortage." —Sue Bhatia, The Fourth Industrial Revolution is Changing Work With the use of technology, we are now mainstreaming remote work— how do we address the skill shortage. Some companies have resorted to firing their employees and hiring candidates with relevant skills. But this is no time to let your people down as it will only intensify the war for talent. Bhatia suggests a different solution.

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