How to develop an employee reskilling program — the fast and easy way

The future of work has never been vaguer. With the business world changing rapidly as the global landscape is turning into a stranger place, companies felt the urge to adjust. And so did employees.

Employee reskilling and upskilling might have been gaining momentum, but they’re not new. However, people started getting more familiar with the terms amid the coronavirus outbreak and the rise of eLearning during the lockdown.

During the quarantine, professionals all over the world took some time to invest in remote online employee training. According to Udemy, enrollments in the platform’s courses for consumers and usage from businesses and governments increased by 425% and 80%, respectively.

So, it is safe to say that we’re now witnessing a time of a fully-equipped global workforce with all the knowledge they need to succeed in their areas. But is it enough? And what does an employee reskilling program has to do with it? According to McKinsey, “87% of executives said they were experiencing skills gaps in the workforce or expected them within a few years.”

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