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How can you close skills gaps in 2021?

A complimentary Masterclass explaining how employers can prepare to onboard hidden workers from a global talent pool will be held in May.

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The Masterclass, run in partnership with Reward Strategy and Globalization Partners, will take place for an hour on May 12 at 10am.

 

If the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us one thing, it is the importance of complete digitisation to enable a remote-first approach.

 

Many companies have now discovered that this new remote way of working could become a blueprint for the long run, as well as a solution to the skilled worker gap challenge posed by Brexit.

 

Remote working means organisations can hire talent from a wider pool of candidates, but they must have the capabilities to onboard employees. If hiring from abroad, think tax, National Insurance, GDPR implications - the list is endless.

 

According to a survey by McKinsey & Company, 87 percent of executives say they are experiencing skill gaps in their workforce. So, how can companies close the widening skill gaps in 2021?

 

In this Masterclass, we will cover a selection of key questions:

· What is the impact of Brexit and the pandemic on jobs?

· How can companies build workforce resilience amidst rising disruption?

· What solutions are available to companies looking to onboard “hidden workers” from a global talent pool?

 

The session, which will include a live Q&A, will be hosted by Amber-Ainsley Pritchard, editor of Reward Strategy, and an expert from Globalization Partners.

 

Register now for the complimentary Masterclass, even if you aren’t available to attend live - the recorded session will be sent to you post-event.

 

Ahead of this Masterclass, Globalization Partners will be speaking at Global Payroll Question Time on April 20. Register for a complimentary pass now.

 

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