Why The Skills Gap Is Still Growing

Skills gap in the workforce affects productivity and costs employers money and that is a recipe for bad business. Many business leaders do not have a well-defined strategy to identify and address the skills gap hindering their workforce’s potential. In order to have a clear vision for how their workforce needs to change and grow, companies need to invest in skills planning. Skills planning starts by tracking data on their employees’ current skills and capabilities. By knowing their employees’ strengths and weaknesses for both hard and soft skills, businesses are equipped with a data-driven foundation to efficiently develop an action plan to make effective business decisions. JAKAPA can help determine the SEL and executive functioning workplace skills needed in your business and then provide resources to employees that can help improve these needed skills.

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