The world of work has changed. And so has the wants and expectations of our workers.
51% of businesses have had to pay more in wages to attract the right candidate in the past 12 months. How can small businesses compete on increased wage growth? By upskilling their workforce offering:
- Professional and Career Development
- Enhanced in demand skills
- Higher job satisfaction
Would it surprise you to know that Millennials now make up the largest age demographic in the workforce? On average a Millennial only stays in a job role for 18-24 months. They are not afraid to take risks and completely change the industry they are in. How did they become so comfortable with ‘change’? By realising that skills are transferable.
Core skills such as:
- Critical Thinking
- Cyber Security Awareness
These skills once learnt can be transferred across a range of industries and roles with ease. So, what does this shifting workforce mean for employers? With change comes opportunity, that you can leverage to stack the deck in your favour and build a fresh resilient workforce. A dynamic culture based on mentorship, flexibility and learning is what workers are looking for. Become a leader of the upskill movement.
The world of work has changed, have you?
My Skills Australia RTO#91037 has its final student intake for 2022 starting 28th Nov:
- Digital Marketing
- Web Development
- Systems Admin Support
- Work Health and Safety
- Forklift Licence
For course information email: firstname.lastname@example.org