Skills not jobs | Becoming a skills-based organization: Easier said than done?

Becoming a skills-based organization: Easier said than done?
Becoming a skills-based organization: Easier said than done?

In 2022, Deloitte surveyed 1,021 workers, 225 business and HR executives in ten countries. 98% said they plan on moving more toward becoming a skills-based organization.

This shift has seen organizations from Unilever to IBM reconsider their approach to work allocation. The skills-based approach, in its purest form, would see organizations do away with the very concept of jobs. Instead, each employee (or future hire) would be tagged by themselves, their peers, or technology with a set of skills.

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