Workplace education | One third of UK employees feel unqualified

One third of UK employees feel unqualified

One third of all UK employees feel unqualified for their current position, whilst over half (53%) feel that fellow employees aren’t technically equipped to carry out their duties.

The worrying statistic surfaced from research conducted by global artificial intelligence firm Docebo. Surveyed workers feared that their bosses and fellow employees harboured feelings of frustration about their roles, whilst one in four lived in constant fear of being let go due to a lack of skills.

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