Cheers! You have completed your graduation and you are all ready to step up the ladder, i.e, the corporate world. You indeed feel good now that you have a piece of paper with you that shows you are “in” for a full-time career. About 87% of the graduates think they are well equipped for the workforce.
As we all know, learning is a continuous process. We are in a continuous process of learning, and we discover the hard way that one needs to be constantly evolving, growing, and upskilling oneself to thrive in the corporate world.
Friends, what do you think can bring about the change?
To remain competitive in today’s markets, you need to regularly upskill. In almost every field throughout the globe, the assertion holds true. To maintain success, individuals and organizations must be able to adjust to new circumstances, thus it’s important to routinely evaluate their adaptability. One way to do this is by doing a skills gap analysis to identify development opportunities.
What are the recruiting managers’ thoughts on this?
Sadly, the vast majority of HR professionals would disagree. In reality, half of all employers do not believe recent graduates are ready for the workforce. Another survey indicated that the majority, i.e., 92 % of CEOs felt recent graduates are underskilled.
- 75 % of recruiting companies have seen a lack of qualified applicants.
- More than 20% of the employees will undergo retraining at the majority of the companies polled (46%).
- By the end of 2022, more than half of the workforce will need to acquire new skills (reskilling and upskilling)
These numbers show that many companies all around the world have an urgent need to retrain and improve the skills of their employees.
My dear friends, in a nutshell, this problem is referred to as the “Skill Gap.”
In case you have not heard the term “the skills gap” before, it refers to the discrepancy between what companies want in employees and what employees and job seekers really have.
Now when it comes to corporate – Do you think rehiring is the right choice?
Hiring a new employee is a time-consuming procedure that requires careful examination of each candidate’s experience, education, and potential. Whenever a company invests time and resources into onboarding and training a new employee, they are showing that they have a high opinion of that person as a potential asset to the company. Training an employee and making him suitable for the project requires a significant investment of time and resources.
Despite this, when they are introduced to a project, you may discover that they have no useful contributions to make. Therein lies the crux of your corporate failure. What, despite all the training, might have been the real issue?
How do you identify the skill gaps? How do you bridge those gaps?
You start rethinking about hiring a new employee, and then the process goes on and on like a vicious cycle. Isn’t it high time we started revaluating our approach to rehiring?
Many companies resort to training programs or hire a mentor in order to upskill their employees.
- Seminars and Workshops
- Internet-based instructional programs
- Learning through mentorship programs
- Forums or conferences
When the best option is already in your hands, why choose to rehire? Yes, upskilling can help you train, learn and execute.
To do this, we divide this approach into seven essential phases:
- Identifying the skills expected
- Current skill assessment
- Identifying the skill gaps
- Training and assessment
- Bridging the gaps
Have you heard about the Nuvepro hands-on labs that can help you to progress confidently?
While your employees may have access to high-quality course materials, the setup of pre-configured laboratories that mimic the needs of a production environment might be a significant challenge. Even more, so is coordinating the laboratories with the overall structure of the course. Where can you get advice on how to enhance the quality of skill upgrades? It is time for Hands-On! Hands-on labs tailored to a learner’s job and objectives can help them gain expertise and self-assurance.
Programming language and skill labs are both available through Nuvepro Hands-on-Labs. Everyone on your team, from new hires to seasoned veterans, will benefit from the lab experience as they tackle real-world problems. To ensure your team receives good training, we tailor our laboratories to your specific needs.
The increasing catalogue of available laboratories gives you the freedom to select and set up a training environment that best suits your needs. Nuvepro’s hands-on laboratories provide the fast setup necessary for the short courses used for upskilling and reskilling. It takes minutes to set up and provides much-needed ambience for your employees.
Watch the demo, hear how other people like you are successfully implementing this, and then try it out in a little test. If you need help along the road, we’ve got you covered.