'Need action' | WORST staff shortages since 1990s spark need for 'development & upskilling'

WORST staff shortages since 1990s spark need for 'development & upskilling'

As employers struggle with the worst labour shortages since the late 1990s, experts are saying this is a recruitment crisis that needs upskilling, training and development action.

Speaking to The Guardian, Claire Warnes, Head of Education, Skills and Productivity said that upskilling and training could be the way to get around this difficult period.

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