Upskilling workforces for the 4th Industrial Revolution
By: spire research and consulting
By 2028, USD11 trillion could be added to global GDP if workers are prepared for the Fourth Industrial Revolution's opportunities.
But to fully realize these growth opportunities, companies need to invest in life-long employability and address workplace skills gap.
How will companies reskill and upskill their workforces for the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
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