Making education accessible to students no matter where they come from not only fulfils individual aspirations but also determines the success of a global economy, writes Sanjay Laul.
If you're looking to gain a competitive edge in today's talent market, you'll get a head start by developing these essential skills.
We've been stuck on the veneration of paper qualifications for far too long, said industry leaders and domain experts at last week's World Economic Forum meeting in Davos - it's time to move on to a more inclusive alternative.
With sustainability taking centre stage, corporates will have high demands for talent with specialist knowledge in domains such as regulatory, financial, and scientific standards governing the sphere, says Mathieu Zone, Vice President, HR and Communication, Bostik.
Davos 2023: Immigration reform, reskilling, upskilling in green growth essential for future of work, say WEF leaders
The unrest in the global job market can only be ceased by sound reforms and by reskilling and upskilling the existing workforce, said leaders at World Economic Forum.
To stay competitive, organisations must strive to retain their top talent while empowering their employees to consistently develop new skills so they can respond and adapt to changing environments, says Himanshu Palsule, CEO, Cornerstone OnDemand.
While 2021 and 2022 saw HR rebuild from the ground up to establish its new position, 2023 will see HR pushing the envelope even further.