In assessing your staff, prioritize employees who have proven their mettle, loyalty and cultural fit; their continued employment and livelihood should be protected. For each employee, identify skill adjacencies to facilitate training for new positions requiring similar skills. EtiAmmos Getty Images/iStockphoto
In a rapidly shifting world where business models are being reinvented, digital is king, and automation is the endgame, companies must be forward-thinking to survive — particularly given the tight labor market.
Adapting to seismic change requires having employees with the right skill sets, which may be best achieved by retraining your staff. You have an obligation to help reskill employees for the jobs of tomorrow, but the process has challenges, including pinpointing weaknesses and securing employee buy-in. To succeed, a clear road