Skills Shortage | UK companies failing to equip workforce with skills needed for the future

UK companies failing to equip workforce with skills needed for the future

Only 41% of employees in the UK believe employers are providing them with the skills they need for work in the future, according to the latest research from PwC.

A survey of 1,246 business and HR leaders found that that 87% of companies believe human skills are a critical capability for the future, but only 33% have talent practices that drive these skills.

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Comments (1)

  • John
    Mon, 26 Nov 2018 3:40pm GMT
    Flexible freelance interim work has provided me with abundance and I am well above 40 is the new 60 benchmark . Would not change for anything as work 6 months up North and 6 months down South as in hempshere .